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LAW LIBRARY 

MAY 6 1988 

FACULTY OF LAW 
UNIVERSITy OF TORONTO 



ONTARIO RE6ULATIDNS 



1987 
REBS. 364-725 (end) 



O. Reg. 364/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3617 

Publications Under The Regulations Act 

July Uth, 1987 

JURIES ACT 

O. Reg. 364/87. 

General. 

Made— June 18th, 1987. 

Filed— June 22nd, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 543 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
JURIES ACT 

1. Form 1 of Regulation 543 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as remade by 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 541/83, is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

Form 1 RETURN TO JURY SERVICE NOTICE 

C. 226, R.S.O. , 1980 

Juries Act 

QUESTIONNAIRE AS TO QUALIFICATIONS FOR JURY SERVICE 

NOTE: YOU ARE ONLY BEING CONSIDERED AS A PROSPECTIVE JUROR. 

FILE NO 



RETURN COU'LETED FORM TO SHERIFF'S OFFICE 

IF YOUR NAhE OR ADDRESS IS NOT CORRECT, SHOW THE NECESSARY CORRECTIONS. 
READ THE JURY SERVICE NOTICE BELOW. 

JURY SERVIŒ NOTIŒ, C. 226, R.S.O. , 1980 

SUBSECTION U2(3) of the Juries Act reads as follows: "Every person who is required to 
complete a return to a jury service notice and who, 

(a) without reasonable excuse fails to caiç»lete the return or mail it to the 
sheriff as required by subsection 6(5); or 

(b) knowingly gives false or misleading information in the return, 

is guilty of an offence cind on sumucU'y conviction is liable to a fine of not more théin 
$1,000, or to imprisCTinent for a term of not more than six months or to both." 

THIS IS NOT A SUM10NS FOR JURY SERVICE. You are being considered as a prospective juror 
in order that your qualifications for such service may be determined before you are 
sunmoned to appear. YOU ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE AND RETURN THE QUESTIONNAIRE BELOW 
WITHIN FIVE (5) DAYS OF RECEIPT. Mail the completed questionnaire to your local sheriff 
in the enclosed, pre-addressed envelope which requires no postage. 

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3618 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 364/87 



THIS IS NOT A SUM-IONS FOR JURY SERVΌ. If you are chosen for jury service you will be 
notified of the time and place to appear. This matter must be given your immediate 
attention. ^H-^»"*? 

ANSWER ALL C5UESTI0NS AND SICW THE CUESTICWNAIRE. 

RETURN THE CONPLETED FORM TO THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE IN THE ENCLOSED, STAMPED, PRE-ADDRESSED 

ENVELOPE WITHIN 5 DAYS. 

PLEASE HAND PRINT YOUR ANSWERS 



1. Give occupation, trade or profession 



If you are retired or not working, 

give last occupation, trade or profession 



2. Business telephone 



Residence telephone 



ANSWER QUESTIONS 3 TO 11 BY ïftRKING AN "X" IN THE PROPER BOX. 



3. Can you read, speak and understand 
the French language? 



Yes 



No 



U. Can you read, speak and understand 
the English language? 



Yes 



No 



5. Are you a Canadian citizen? 



Yes 



No 



6. Are you 18 years of age or more? 



Yes 



No 



Have you ever been convicted of an 

indictable offence for which you have 

not been granted a pardon? 

See Note 1 on the back of this form 

for an explanation of "indictable offence". 



Yes 



No 



i. Have you received fees for service as a 
juror in this or the two preceding years? 



Yes 



No 



9. Does your occupation, profession or position 
exempt you from jury service? 
See Note 2 on back of this form. 



Yes 



No 



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O. Reg. 364/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3619 

10. Are you married to or living in a conjugal 
relationship outside marriage with a person 
of the opposite sex in one of the occupations 
or positions listed in Note 3 on the back 
of this form? Yes No 



11. Do you have any physical or mental 

disability which would seriously impair 

your ability to serve as a juror? Yes No 

If "yes", attach an explanatory letter 

from your doctor or complete Note H on 

the back of this form. Answer only if 

you have a physical or mental disability. 



I CERTIFY THAT ALL ANSWERS AND STATE^CNTS ARE TRUE TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE. 



day month year (sign here) 

(date) 



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3620 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 364/87 

Back of Form 1 

NOTE 1: INDICTABLE (FFENCE 

An indictable offence is a serious offence and does not incude violations of provincial 
statutes such as traffic and liquor laws. Nor are some Criminal Code offences indictable; 
for example, causing a disturbance, failure to comply with a probation order and vagrancy 
are not indictable offences. 

A person who has been convicted of an indictable offence is ineligible to serve as a 
juror, unless he or she has subsequently been granted a pardon. 

NOTE 2: THE FOLLOWING PERSONS ARE INELIGIBLE TO SERVE AS JURORS: 

1. Every member of the Privy Council of Canada or the Executive Council of Ontario. 

2. Every member of the Senate, the House of Commons of Canada or the Assembly. 

3. Every judge, every justice of the peace, every barrister and solicitor and every 
student-at-law. 

H. Every legally qualified medical practitioner and veterinary surgeon who is actively 
engaged in practice and every coroner. 

5. Every person engaged in the enforcement of law including, without restricting the 
generality of the foregoing, sheriffs, wardens of any penitentiary, superintendents, 
jailers or keepers of prisons, correctional institutions or lockups, sheriff's 
officers and constables, police officers and constables, and officers of a court of 
justice. 

6. Armed forces personnel of the regular and special forces and members of the reserve 
forces on active service. 

7. Firefighters under section 1 of the Fire Fighters Exemption Act . 

NOTE 3: THE SPOUSES» OF THE FOLLOWING PERSONS ARE INELIGIBLE TO SERVE AS JURORS: 

1. Every judge, every justice of the peace, barrister and solicitor, and every student- 
at-law. 

2. Every person engaged in the enforcement of law including, without restricting the 
generality of the foregoing, sheriffs, wardens of any penitentiary, superintendents, 
jailers or keepers of prisons, correctional institutions or lockups, sheriff's 
officers and constables, police officers and constables, and officers of a court of 
justice. 

•"spouses" are people of the opposite sex who are married to each other or who are living 
together in a conjugal relationship outside marriage. 



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O. Reg. 364/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3621 

If you are living in a conjugal relationship outside marriage with a person of the 
opposite sex in one of the occupations or positions listed in this note, you and your 
spouse must complete the following joint declaration of spousal status to demonstrate your 
ineligibility for jury duty. 

JOINT EEaARATICW CF SPOUSAL STATUS 

We, and 

residing at , 

hereby declare that at this date we are living together in a conjugal 
relationship outside marriage. 



Date Signature of prospective juror 



Signature of spouse 

NOTE 4: 

ADTOORIZATION FOT DOCTOR TO PROVIEE fCDICAL INFORMATICN 

This is to authorize Doctor 



(name) 
Address Phone No. 



to provide the sheriff with medical informatiai and opinion for the purpose of verifying 
my physical or mental infirmity (or both) incompatible with the discharge of ray duties as 
a juror. 

Municipality day month year 

Dated at the of 



Signature of prospective juror 



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3622 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 364/87 

Formule 1 
Loi sur les Jurys 



QUESTIONNAIRE CONCERNANT LES QUALITÉS REQUISES DÉCLARATION RELATIVE A L'AVIS 
POUR REMPLIR LES FONCTIONS DE JURÉ DE SÉLECTION DE JURÉ 

CHAP. 226, L.R.O. 1980 

Ministère du NOTE : ON CONSIDÈRE SEULEMENT LA POSSIBILITÉ DE 

Procureur VOUS CONVOQUER COMME JURÉ. 

général 

NUMÉRO DE DOSSIER 



RENVOYER LA FORMULE DOMENT 
REMPLIE AU BUREAU DU SHÉRIF 



D • S'IL Y A UNE ERREUR DANS LE NOM OU L'ADRESSE, FAIRE LES RECTIFICATIONS 

I NÉCESSAIRES. 

R 

E • LIRE L'AVIS DE SÉLECTION DE JURÉ CI-DESSOUS. 

C 

T AVIS DE SÉLECTION DE JORfi, CHAP. 226, L.R.O. I98O 

I 

V Le paragraphe 12 (3) de la Loi sur les Jurys se lit comme suit : "Est coupable 

E d'une infraction et passible, sur déclaration sommaire de culpabilité, d'une 

S amende d'au plus 1 000 $ et d'un emprisonnement d'au plus six mois ou de l'une 

seule de ces peines, quiconque est tenu de remplir la déclaration relative à 

l'avis de sélection de Juré et qui : 

a) soit omet, sans excuse légitime, de la remplir ou de l'envoyer par la 
poste au shérif comme l'exige le paragraphe 6 (5); 

b) soit y indique sciemment des renseignements faux ou trompeurs." 

CET AVIS NE CONSTITUE PAS UNE ASSIGNATION À SIÉGER COMME JURÉ. On considère 
seulement la possibilité de vous convoquer comme juré afin de déterminer si 
vous avez les qualités requises pour remplir les fonctions de juré avant que 
vous soyez assigné à comparaître. VOUS ÊTES TENU DE RETOURNER, DÛMENT REMPLI, 
LE QUESTIONNAIRE CI-DESSOUS DANS LES CINQ JOURS QUI SUIVENT SA RÉCEPTION. 
Veuillez envoyer par la poste le questionnaire dûment rempli au shérif de votre 
localité dans l'enveloppe adressée ci-incluse, sans l'affranchir. 

CETTE FORMULE N'EST PAS UNE ASSIGNATION À SIÉGER COMME JURÉ. Si vous êtes 
choisi pour remplir les fonctions de juré, on vous avisera du lieu, de la date 
et de l'heure de votre comparution. Veuillez apporter votre attention immédiate 
à ce questionnaire. 

• RÉPONDRE A TOUTES LES QUESTIONS ET SIGNER LE QUESTIONNAIRE. 

RENVOYER DANS LES CINQ JOURS LA FORMULE DOMENT REMPLIE AU BUREAU DU SHÉRIF, 
DANS L'ENVELOPPE ADRESSÉE ET AFFRANCHIE CI-INCLUSE. 



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O. Reg. 364/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3623 

ÉCRIRE A LA MAIM, EN LETTRES MOOLÉES 

1 EMPLOI, MÉTIER 00 PROFESSION 

SI VOUS ÊTES RETRAITÉ OU SI VOUS NE TRAVAILLEZ PAS, 
INDIQUEZ VOTRE DERNIER EMPLOI, OU LE MÉTIER OU LA 
PROFESSION QUE VOUS AVEZ EXERCÉ EN DERNIER 



2 


N» DE TÉLÉPHONE (BUREAU) N» DE TÉLÉPHONE (DOMICILE) 




RÉPONDRE AUX QUESTIONS 3 i 1 1 EN MARQUANT D'DN "X" LA CASE APPROPRIÉE 


3 


LISEZ-VOUS, PARLEZ-VOUS ET COMPRENEZ-VOUS LA LANGUE OUI 
FRANÇAISE? 


NON 


4 


LISEZ-VOUS, PARLEZ-VOUS ET COMPRENEZ-VOUS OUI 
LA LANGUE ANGLAISE? 


NON 


5 


ÊTES-VOUS CITOYEN(NE) CANADIEN(NE)? OUI 


NON 


6 


ÊTES- VOUS ÂGÉ(E) DE 18 ANS OU PLUS? OUI 


NON 



7 AVEZ-VOUS DÉJÀ ÉTÉ RECONNU(E) COUPABLE D'UN OUI NON 
ACTE CRIMINEL POUR LEQUEL UN PARDON NE VOUS 

A PAS ÉTÉ ACCORDÉ? 

Voir au verso de cette formule la note 1 pour 

une explication de l'expression "acte criminel". 

8 AVEZ-VOUS REÇU UNE INDEMNITÉ POUR AVOIR REMPLI OUI NON 
LES FONCTIONS DE JURÉ, AU COURS DE CETTE ANNÉE, 

OU DES DEUX ANNÉES PRÉCÉDENTES? 

9 ÊTES-VOUS EXEMPT (E) DES FONCTIONS DE JURÉ DE OUI NON 
PAR VOTRE EMPLOI, MÉTIER OU PROFESSION? 

Voir la note 2 au verso de cette formule. 

10 ÊTES-VOUS MARIÉ(E) OU VIVEZ-VOUS DANS UNE UNION OUI NON 

CONJUGALE HORS DU MARIAGE AVEC UNE PERSONNE DU 
SEXE OPPOSÉ DONT L'EMPLOI OU LA FONCTION FIGURE 
DANS L' ENUMERATION DE LA NOTE 3 AU VERSO DE 
CETTE FORMULE? 



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3624 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 364/87 

11 SOUFFREZ-VOUS D'UNE INFIRMITÉ PHYSIQUE OU MENTALE OUI MON 

INCOMPATIBLE AVEC L'ACCOMPLISSEMENT DES DEVOIRS 
D'UN JURÉ? SI "OUI", VEUILLEZ JOINDRE UNE LETTRE 
EXPLICATIVE DE VOTRE MÉDECIN OU REMPLIR LA NOTE 4 
AU VERSO DE CETTE FORMULE. 

Ne répondez à cette question que si vous souffrez 
d'une Infirmité physique ou mentale. 

JE CERTIFIE QUE, A MA CONNAISSANCE, TOUTES MES RÉPONSES ET DÉCLARATIONS SONT 
VÉRIDIQUES. 

DATE 
J M A 
SIGNER ICI X 



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0. Reg. 364/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3625 

NOTE 1 : ACTS CRIMINEL 

Un acte criminel est une infraction criminelle grave, à l'exclusion des 
contraventions aux lois provinciales telles que les lois relatives à la circulation 
et aux alcools. Quelques infractions au Code criminel ne constituent pas des actes 
criminels, par exemple, le fait de troubler la paix publique, le défaut de se 
conformer à une ordonnance de probation et le vagabondage ne constituent pas des 
actes criminels. 

Une personne est inhabile à remplir les fonctions de juré si elle a été reconnue 
coupable d'un acte criminel, sauf si un pardon lui a été accordé par la suite. 

NOTE 2 : LES PERSONNES CI-I«SSOOS SONT INHABILES i REHPLIR LES PONCTIONS DE JURÉ : 

1 . Les membres du Conseil privé du Canada ou du Conseil des ministres de 
l'Ontario. 

2. Les membres du Sénat, de la Chambre des Communes ou de l'Assemblée. 

3- Les Juges, les juges de paix, les avocats et les étudiants en droit. 

M. Les médecins dûment qualifiés et les chirurgiens-vétérinaires qui exercent 
effectivement leur profession, ainsi que les coroners. 

5. Les personnes dont la fonction est de faire exécuter la loi y compris notamment 
les shérifs, directeurs de pénitenciers, chefs d'établissements, les gardiens 
de prisons, d'établissements correctionnels ou de lieux de détention 
provisoire, les agents et constables de shérifs, les agents de police et les 
constables ainsi que les officiers de justice. 

6. Le personnel des Forces armées ordinaires et spéciales et les membres de la 
réserve en service actif. 

7. Les pompiers aux termes de l'article 1 de la Loi sur les dispenses accordées 
aux pompiers . 

■OIB 3 : LES CONJOINTS* DES PERSONNES CI-DESSOUS SONT INHABILES A REHPLIR LES 
PGNCTIONS DE JURÉ. 

1. Les juges, juges de paix, avocats et étudiants en droit. 

2. Les personnes dont la fonction est de faire exécuter la loi y compris notamment 
les shérifs, directeurs de pénitenciers, chefs d'établissements, les gardiens 
de prisons, d'établissements correctionnels ou de lieux de détention 
provisoire, les agents et constables de shérifs, les agents de police et les 
constables ainsi que les officiers de justice. 

• "Conjoints" Personnes du sexe opposé qui sont mariées ou qui vivent ensemble 
dans une union conjugale hors du mariage. 

Si vous vivez dans une union conjugale hors du mariage avec une personne du 
sexe opposé dont l'emploi ou la fonction figure dans la présente note, vous et 
votre conjoint devez remplir la déclaration commune de statut de conjoint ci- 
après de façon à démontrer que vous êtes inhabiles à remplir les fonctions de 
Juré. 



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3626 O. Reg. 364/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 365/87 



Nous sous 

demeurant 

déclarons 
conjugale 


signés, 
à 


DÉCLARATION 


COMMUNE 


DE 


STATUT 

et 


DE CONJOINT 








par la 
hors du 


présente qu'à cet 
mariage. 


,te 


date 


nous vivo 


is ensemble dans une union 


Date 






Signature du 


Juré éventuel 


Signature du 


conjoint 



NOTE 4 



AUTORISATION AU MÉDECIN DE DIVULGUER 
DES RENSEIGNEMENTS MÉDICAUX 



Par la présente, j'autorise le médecin 



(Nom) 



Adresse 



N° de téléphone 



a donner au shérif des renseignements médicaux et son avis aux fins de confirmer que 
l'infirmité physique ou mentale, ou les deux, dont Je souffre me rend(ent) inhabile à 
remplir les fonctions de juré. 



Municipalité 



Fait à 



Jour Mois Année 



le 



Signature du 
juré éventuel 



(2094) 



O. Reg. 364/87, s. 1. 
28 



PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS 
ACT, 1984 

O. Reg. 365/87. 

General. 

Made — February 13th, 1987. 

Approved— June 18th, 1987. 

Filed— June 22nd, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
ONTARIO REGULATION 538/84 

MADE UNDER THE 

PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS 

ACT, 1984 



1. Section 93 of Ontario Regulation 
538/84 is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

93. — (1) The application fee for registration as a 
holder of a licence is $150.00. 

(2) The registration fee for applicants or applicants 
for reinstatement whose application is accepted is 
$150.00. O. Reg. 365/87, s. 1. 

2, Section 95 of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 



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95. — (1) The application fee for registration as a 



O. Reg. 365/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 366/87 3627 



holder of a temporan.- licence is S250.00 for an appli- 
cant applying under paragraph 1 of section 44. 

(2) The application fee for registration as a holder of 
a temporary- licence is SSOO.OO for an applicant apply- 
ing under paragraph 2 or 3 of section 44. O. Reg. 
365/87, s. 2. 

3. Clauses 98 (b), (f) and (</) of the said 
Regulation are revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

(b) the examination fee for the first examination 
written by an applicant, other than the Pro- 
fessional Practice Examination, is $350.00; 

(c) the examination fee for each subsequent 
examination and the rewriting of an exami- 
nation previously failed is S 100.00; 

(d) the fee to be paid upon submission of a thesis 
is S 150.00; and 

4. Subsections 99 (1), (2) and (3) of the 
said Regulation are revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

99. — (1) The application fee for designation as a 
consulting engineer is S 125.00. 

(2) The fee for designation as a consulting engineer 
is $125.00 for the period of designation. 

(3) The application fee for re-designation as a con- 
sulting engineer is S125.00. O. Reg. 365/87, s. 4. 

Made by the Council on the 13th day of February, 
1987. 

Association of Professional Engineers 

OF Ontario: 

C. MacKav-Lassonde 
President 

P. J. Osmond 
Registrar 



(2095) 



28 



COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT. 1984 

O. Reg. 366/87. 
Rules of Cixnl Procedure. 
Made— April 23rd. 1987. 
Approved — ^June 18th, 1987. 
Filed— June 22nd. 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 560/84 

MADE UNDER THE 

COURTS OF JUSTICE 

ACT, 1984 

I, The Rules of Civil Procedure set out in 
the Schedule to Ontario Regulation 560/84, as 
amended b\- section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
786/84, section 1 of Ontario Regulation 478/ 
85, section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
221/86, section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
323/86 and section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
484/86, are further amended as follows: 

1. Subrule 9.01 (2) is amended by adding 
thereto the following clause: 

(aa) for the interpretation of a will; 



2. Subrule 14.05 (1) is amended by strik- 
ing out "or 68 A" in the second line and 
inserting in lieu thereof *'68A or 74A". 

3. Subrule 19.02 (3), as amended by para- 
graph 3 of section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 323/86, is further amended by 
adding thereto the following clause: 

(p) subrules 70.16 (1) (notice of Official Guard- 
ian's intention to investigate and report) and 
(5) (Official Guardian's report). 

4. Rule 38.05 is amended by inserting 
after "14E" in the first line "68A or 
74A". 

5. Subrules 39.02 (1) and (2) are revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

On a Motion or Application 

(1) Where a party to a motion or application has 
served every affidavit on which he or she intends to 
rely and has completed all examinations under rule 
39.03, he or she may cross-examine the deponent of 
any affidavit served by a party who is adverse in 
interest on the motion or application. 

(2) A party who has cross-examined on an affidavit 
delivered by an adverse party shall not subsequently 
deliver an affidavit for use at the hearing or conduct an 
examination under rule 39.03 without leave or con- 
sent, and the court shall grant leave, on such terms as 
are just, where it is satisfied that the party ought to be 
permitted to respond to any matter raised on the cross- 
examination with e\-idence in the form of an affida\nt 
or a transcript of an examination conducted under rule 
39.03. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 366/87 



6. Subrule 39.03 (1) is amended by adding 
at the commencement thereof "Subject 
to subrule 39.02 (2)". 

7. Rule 39.03 is amended by adding 
thereto the following subrule: 

To be Exercised with Reasonable Diligence 

(2a) The right to examine shall be exercised with 
reasonable diligence, and the court may refuse an 
adjournment of a motion or application for the pur- 
pose of an examination where the party seeking 
the adjournment has failed to act with reasonable 
diligence. 

8. Subrule 48.14 (1) is amended by strik- 
ing out "one year" in the second line 
and inserting in lieu thereof "two 
years". 

9. Subrule 58.02 (2) is amended by adding 
at the end thereof "unless the pro- 
ceeding was commenced or heard at 
Ottawa, London or Windsor". 

10. Subrule 58.02 (3) is amended by adding 
at the end thereof "Ottawa, London or 
Windsor". 

11. Rule 58.05 is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 

MOVING ASSESSMENT TO TORONTO 

58.05 Where, after a party has obtained a notice of 
appointment for assessment of costs by an assessment 
officer elsewhere than at Toronto, Ottawa, London or 
Windsor, another party wishes to require that the costs 
be assessed by an assessment officer at Toronto, the 
other party shall, 

(a) serve a notice to that effect on every 
interested party, and file it with the assess- 
ment officer who gave the notice of appoint- 
ment; and 

(b) obtain a notice of appointment for assess- 
ment of costs from an assessment officer at 
Toronto and serve it on every interested 
party, 

at least three days before the date named in the first 
notice of appointment. 



12. Subrule 59.03 (3) is amended by strik- 
ing out "or" in the first line and by 
inserting after "(judgment)" in the first 
line "or 59C (order or certificate on 
appeal)". 

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13. Subrule 61.03 (2), as remade by para- 
graph 11 of section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 786/84, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

Motion Record, Factum and Transcripts 

(2) On a motion for leave to appeal, the moving 
party shall serve, 

(a) a motion record containing, in consecutivel> 
numbered pages arranged in the following 
order, 

(i) a table of contents describing each 
document, including each exhibit, by 
its nature and date and, in the case 
of an exhibit, by exhibit number or 
letter, 

(ii) a copy of the notice of motion, 

(iii) a copy of the order or decision from 
which leave to appeal is sought, as 
signed and entered, 

(iv) a copy of the reasons of the court or 
tribunal from which leave to appeal is 
sought, 

(v) a copy of all affidavits and other mat- 
erial used before the court or tribunal 
from which leave to appeal is sought, 

(vi) a list of all relevant transcripts of evi- 
dence in chronological order, but not 
necessarily the transcripts themselves, 
and 

(vii) a copy of any other material in the 
court file that is necessary for the 
hearing of the motion; 

{b) a factum consisting of a concise statement, 
without argument, of the facts and law relied 
on by the moving party; and 

(c) relevant transcripts of evidence, if they are 
not included in the motion record, 

and shall file three copies of the motion record, factum 
and transcripts, if any, with proof of service, within 
thirty days after the filing of the notice of motion for 
leave to appeal. 

{2a) On a motion for leave to appeal, the responding 
party may, where he or she is of the opinion that the 
moving party's motion record is incomplete, serve a 
motion record containing, in consecutively numbered 
pages arranged in the following order. 



(a) a table of contents describing each document, 
including each exhibit, by its nature and date 
and, in the case of an exhibit, by exhibit 
number or letter; and 



O. Reg. 366/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3629 



(b) a copy of any material to be used by the 
responding party on the motion and not 
included in the motion record, 

and may serve a factum consisting of a concise state- 
ment, without argument, of the facts and law relied on 
by the responding party, and shall file three copies of 
the responding party's motion record and factum, if 
any, with proof of service, wnthin fifteen days after 
service of the moving party's motion record, factum 
and transcripts, if any. 

14. Rule 61.03, as amended by paragraph 
11 of section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
786/84. is further amended by adding 
thereto the following subrule: 

Date for Hearing 

(3a) The Registrar shall fix a date for the hearing of 
the motion which shall not, except with the responding 
party's consent, be earlier than fifteen days after the 
filing of the moving party's motion record, factum and 
transcripts, if an> . 

15. Subrule 61.04 (2) is revoked. 

16. Subrule 61.05 (4) is amended by strik- 
ing out "fifteen" in the first line and 
inserting in lieu thereof "thirty". 

17. Subrule 61.12 (3) is amended by adding 
at the end thereof "and shall serve the 
order on the respondent". 

18. Subrules 61.12 (6) and (7), as made by 
paragraph 4 of section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 484/86. are revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

.notions far Leave 

(6) On a motion for leave to appeal, where the 
moving pjuly has not served and filed the motion 
record, factum and (if necessarv) transcripts, in accor- 
dance with subrule 61.03 (2), the responding party 
may make a motion to the Registrar, on ten days notice 
to the moving party, to have the motion for leave to 
appeal dismissed for delay. 

(7) On a motion for leave to appeal, where the 
moving party has not served and filed the motion 
record, factum and (if necessarv) transcripts, within 
six months after the fiUng of the notice of motion for 
leave to appeal, the Registrar may serve notice on the 
moving party that the motion will be dismissed for 
delay unless the documents are served and filed within 
ten days after service of the notice. 

(8) On a motion for leave to appeal, where the 
moving party. 



(a) in the case of a motion under subrule (6). does 
not serve and file the documents before the 
hearing of that motion, or within such longer 
period as a judge of the appellate court 
allows; 

(6) in the case of a notice under subrule (7), does 
not serve and file the documents within ten 
days after service of the notice or within such 
longer period as a judge of the appellate court 
allows, 

the Registrar shall make an order in Form 61L\ dis- 
missing the motion for delay, with costs. 



19. Rule 70.16, as remade by paragraph 10 
of section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
323/86, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 



OFFICIAL GUARDIAN'S REPORT 

Notice of Intention to Investigate and Report 

70.16 (1) Where the Official Guardian intends to 
investigate and report to the court concerning custody 
of or access to a child, he or she shall serve notice of 
that intention (Form 70NA) on the parties and shall 
file a copy of the notice with proof of service. 

(2) Service of the notice on a party who has been 
noted in default shall be effected by mail addressed to 
the party at his or her last known address, unless the 
court orders otherwise. 

Service of Documents on Official Guardian 

(3) Where the Official Guardian has served notice, a 
partv' who subsequently serves an answer, reply or 
notice of motion or any other document that relates to 
custody of or access to the child or relates to the child's 
support or education shall also serve it on the Official 
Guardian within the time prescribed for service on the 
parties. 

Discovery by Official Guardian 

(4) Where the Official Guardian has served notice, 
he or she has the right to discoverv- in respect of any 
matter that relates to custody of or access to the child 
or relates to the child's support or education. 

Service of Report 

(5) The Official Guardian shall serve his or her 
' report on the parties interested in custody of or access 

to the child or in the child's support or education, 
within sixty days after serving notice under subrule (1), 
and shall then forthwith file a copy of the report and 
supporting affidavit, if any, with proof of service. 

(6) Subrule (2) applies, with necessarv- modifica- 
tions, to service of the report. 



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Dispute of Report 



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DEFINITIONS 



O. Reg. 366/87 



(7) A party on whom the report is served may dis- 
pute a statement in it or in any supporting affidavit by 
serving a concise statement of the nature of the dispute 
on every other party interested in custody of or access 
to the child or in the child's support or education, and 
on the Official Guardian, and filing the statement, 
with proof of service, within fifteen days after service 
of the report. 

(8) Where the Official Guardian has served notice 
under subrule (1), the action shall not be tried and no 
motion for judgment shall be heard until, 

(a) all disputes have been filed or the time for 
filing disputes has expired; or 

(b) every party interested in custody of or access 
to the child or in the child's support or edu- 
cation has filed a waiver (Form 70O) of the 
right to dispute the report. 

Application of Former Rule 

(9) Rule 70.16 as it read on February 2, 1987 con- 
tinues to apply to divorce actions commenced on or 
before that date. 



20. Rule 71, as amended by paragraphs 18 
and 21 to 23 of section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 221/86, paragraph 11 of 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 323/86 
and paragraphs 5 and 6 of section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 484/86 is further 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing rule: 

OFFICIAL GUARDIAN'S REPORT 

71.05a Subrules 70.16 (1) to (8) (Official Guardian's 
report) apply, with necessary modifications, to pro- 
ceedings under Part III of the Children's Law Reform 
Act. 

21. The following Rule is added: 

RULE 74 RECIPROCAL ENFORCEMENT 
OF UNITED KINGDOM JUDG- 
MENTS 



74.01 In rules 74.01 to 74.06, 

"Loi" 

"Act" means iht Reciprocal Enforcement of Judgments 
(U.K.) Act, 1984\ 

''Convention" 

"Convention" means the convention appearing as a 
schedule to the Act; 

''jugement" 

"judgment" rnieans a judgment to which the Conven- 
tion applies. 

APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION OF 
JUDGMENT 

Notice of Application 

74.02 ( 1) Notice of an application under the Act to 
the Supreme Court or District Court for registration of 
a judgment granted by a court in the United Kingdom 
shall be in Form 74A. 

Supporting Material 

(2) The application shall be supported by an 
affidavit that confirms the statements contained in the 
notice of application and sets out any additional facts 
necessary to establish that the applicant is entitled to 
register and enforce the judgment. 

(3) The judgment and the original proof of service 
of the originating process of the United Kingdom 
court, or certified copies of them, shall accompany the 
affidavit as exhibits. 

(4) The affidavit may contain statements of the 
deponent's information and belief, if the source of the 
information , and the fact of the belief are specified in 
the affidavit. 

ENFORCEMENT OF JUDGMENT 

74.03 A judgment registered under the Act may be 
enforced as if it had been granted by the registering 
court. 



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22. The following Form is added: 



3631 



Form 59C 

ORDER ON APPEAL 

(or CERTIFICATE , where required for appeals from courts other 
Tïïân the Supreme Court of Ontario and from tribunals) 



( Court f i le no. ) 



(Court) 



(Name(s) of judge(s)) 
(Court seal) 



(Day and date order 
(or certificate) made) 



(Title of proceeding) 
ORDER (or CERTIFICATE) 



THIS APPEAL by (identify appellant) for (state the relief 
sought in the notice of appeal, except to the extent that it is 
stated in the operative part of the order ( or cert i f icate) ) was 
heard this day (or heard on (date)) at (place) , (recite any 
particulars necessary to understand the order (or 
certi f icate) ) . 

ON READING the (give particulars of the material filed on the 
appeal) and on hearing the submissions of counsel for ( identi f y 
parties) , (where applicable, add (identify party) appearing in 
person or no one appearing for (identify party) although 
properly served as appears from (indicate proof of service) , 

THIS COURT ORDERS (or CERTIFIES, if applicable) that . . . 



(Signature of judge or registrar) 



O. Reg. 366/87, s. 1, par. 22. 



23. Form 611 is amended by adding at the end thereof: 



NOTE: If there is a cross-appeal, the appellant by cross-appeal should consider rule 61.14, under which the 
cross-appeal may be deemed to be abandoned. 



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24. Form 61IA, as made by paragraph 7 of section 1 of Ontario Regulation 484/86, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

Form 61IA 

ORDER DISMISSING MOTION FOR LEAVE TO APPEAL FOR DELAY 

(General heading) 

ORDER DISMISSING MOTION FOR LEAVE 

The moving party on this motion for leave to appeal from the order (or as may be) of (name of court or 
tribunal) dated (date) has not served and filed the motion record, factum and (if necessary) transcripts in 
accordance with clause 61. 12 (8) (a) (motion by responding party) for clause 61.12 (8) (b) (Registrar's notice)) of the 
Rules of Civil Procedure. 

IT IS ORDERED that this motion be dismissed for delay, with costs. 

Date Signed b> 



Registrar of the Court of 
Appeal (or Divisional Court) 



O. Reg. 366/87, s. 1, par. 24. 

25. Form 61J is amended by adding at the end thereof: 

NOTE: If there is a cross-appeal, the appellant by cross-appeal should consider rule 61.14, under which the 
cross-appeal may be deemed to be abandoned. 

26. The following Forms are added: 



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Form 70NA 

OFFICIAL GUARDIAN'S NOTICE OF INTENTION TO INVESTIGATE 

(General heading) 



3633 



NOTICE OF INTENTION TO INVESTIGATE 
TO THE PARTIES 

The Official Guardian intends to investigate and report to 
the court concerning custody of or access to the child ( name) , 
in accordance with the Courts of Justice Act and the rules of 
this court. The report may also concern the child's support or 
education. The report will be served on you by mail. You will 
have the right to dispute any statement in the report by 
serving a concise statement of the nature of your dispute on 
every other party interested in custody of or access to the 
child or the child's support or education, and on the Official 
Guardian. You must then file the statement, with proof of 
service, with the court. Your dispute must be served and filed 
within fifteen days after the Official Guardian's report is 
served on you. 



The Official Guardian 

5th Floor 

180 Dundas Street West 

Toronto, Ontario 

M5G 1EU 



Attention: (name and telephone number) 



TO (names and addresses of 
solicitors or parties 
receiving notice) 



O. Reg. 366/87, s. 1, par. 26, part. 



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Form 74A 

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION OF 
UNITED KINGDOM JUDGMENT 



(Court seal) 



(General heading) 



NOTICE OF APPLICATION 



TO THE RESPONDENT 

A LEGAL PROCEEDING HAS BEEN COMMENCED by the applicant for 
registration and enforcement in Ontario of a judgment granted 
against you by a court in the United Kingdom. The claim made by the 
applicant appears on the following pages. 

THIS APPLICATION will come on for a hearing before ( insert a 
High Court judgejj_ a local Judge of the High Court_j_ a District Court 
judge or as may be) on ( day) , (date) , at ( time) , at (address of 
court house) . 

IF YOU WISH TO OPPOSE THIS APPLICATION, you or an Ontario 
lawyer acting for you must forthwith prepare a notice of appearance 
in Form 38C prescribed by the Rules of Civil Procedure, serve it on 
the applicant's lawyer or, where the applicant does not have a 
lawyer, serve it on the applicant, and file it, with proof of 
service, in this court office, and you or your lawyer must appear at 
the hearing. 

IF YOU WISH TO PRESENT AFFIDAVIT OR OTHER DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE 
TO THE COURT OR TO EXAMINE OR CROSS-EXAMINE WITNESSES ON THE 
APPLICATION, you or your lawyer must, in addition to serving your 
notice of appearance, serve a copy of the evidence on the 
applicant's lawyer or, where the applicant does not have a lawyer, 
serve it on the applicant, and file it, with proof of service, in 
the court office where the application is to be heard, as soon as 
possible, but not later than 2 p.m. on the day before the hearing. 

IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR AT THE HEARING, THE UNITED KINGDOM 

JUDGMENT MAY BE REGISTERED AND ENFORCED AGAINST YOU WITHOUT FURTHER 

NOTICE. 



Date Issued by 

Local registrar 



Address of court office 



TO (Name and address of 
each respondent) 



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APPLICATION 



3635 



Form ^^^ 
page 2 



The applicant applies under the Reciprocal Enforcement of 
Judgments (U.K.) Act for registration of the following judgment 
of a court in the United Kingdom: 

(a) Name of court 

(b) Plaintiff (or applicant^ 

(c) Defendant ( or respondent^ 

(d) Date of judgment 

(e) Amount awarded, in the currency of the judgment, in favour 
of each plaintiff (or applicant2 and against each 
defendant ( or respondent^ 

Judgment in Judgment Amount of Amount 

favour of against judgment awarded 

for costs 



( f ) Post judgment interest 



Rate per year 

Commencing on (date) 

Payable on (principal amount) 



(g) Amount unpaid, in the currency of the judgment, to each 
plaintiff (or applicant^ and by each defendant (or 
respondeni 



Payable to 



Payable by 



Amount unpaid 
on judgment, 
including 
interest 



Amount unpaid on 
award of costs, 
including 
interest 



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3636 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 366/87 



Form mA 
page 3 



The grounds for the application are; 



(a) The judgment is one to which the Act and the Convention 
appearing as a schedule to the Act apply. 

(b)« The Act and the Convention do not preclude registration of 
the judgment. 

( ) appeared 

(c) The defendant ( or respondent^ 

( ) did not appear 
before the United Kingdom court that granted the judgment. 

(If the defendant (or respondent) did not appear, explain in 
detail why registration is nevertheless permitted under the 
Reciprocal Enforcement of Judgments (U.K.) Act.) 

(d) The applicant is entitled to register and enforce the 
judgment as, 

( ) a plaintiff (or applicant_)^ named in the judgment 

( ) an assignee of the judgment 

( ) other ( speci fy) 



The following documentary evidence is relied on in support of 
the application: 

(a) the original or a certified copy of the judgment; 

(b) the affidavit of 

(c) the original or a certified copy of proof of service of 
the originating process of the United Kingdom court. 

The respondent in this application resides at: 



(Date of issue) (Name, address and telephone 

number of solicitor or 
applicant) 

O. Reg. 366/87, s. 1, par. 26, part. 

27. Item 8 of Tariff A is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

8. Application 

This item includes all preliminary steps, notice of application, affidavits, correspondence, application 
record, factum, preparation, counsel fee on hearing or settlement and attendance to hear judgment. 

The fee to be allowed is in the discretion of the assessment officer. A fee to junior counsel may be 
allowed in the discretion of the assessment officer. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the 2nd day of July, 1987. 

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3637 



RÈGLEMENT PORTANT 

MODIFICATION DU RÈGLEMENT 

DE L'ONTARIO 560/84 

PRIS EN APPLICATION 

DE LA LOI DE 1984 

SUR LES TRIBUNAUX JUDICIAIRES 

1 Les Règles de procédure civile, qui 
figurent à l'Annexe au Règlement de 
l'Ontario 560/84, teUes qu'elles sont modi- 
fiées par l'article 1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 
786/84, par l'article 1 du Règlement de 
l'Ontario 478/85, par l'article 1 du Règle- 
ment de l'Ontario 221/86, par l'article 1 du 
Règlement de l'Ontairo 323/86 et par l'article 
1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 484/86, sont 
modifiées de nouveau de la façon suivante : 

1. Le paragraphe 9.01 (2) est modifié par 
adjonction de l'alinéa suivant : 

aa) en vue d'interpréter un testament; 

2. Le paragraphe 14,05 (1) est modifié par 
substitution, à "ou 68 A" à la deuxième 
ligne, de "68A ou 74A". 

3. Le paragraphe 19.02 (3), tel qu'il est 
modifié par la disposition 3 de l'article 1 
du Règlement de l'Ontario 323/86, est 
de nouveau modifié par adjonction de 
l'alinéa suivant : 

p) aux paragraphes 70. 16 (1) (avis de l'intention 
du Tuteur public de procéder à une enquête 
et de faire rapport) et (5) (rapport du Tuteur 
public). 

4. La règle 38.05 est modifiée par adjonc- 
tion, après "14E" à la première ligne, 
de "68A ou 74A". 

5. Les paragraphes 39.02 (1) et (2) sont 
abrogés et remplacés par ce qui suit : 

Motion ou requête 

(1) La partie qui a signifié tous les affidavits qu'elle 
entend invoquer à l'appui d'une motion ou d'une 
requête et qui a terminé tous les interrogatoires aux 
termes de la règle 39.03 peut contre-interroger le 
déposant d'un affidavit signifié par une partie opposée 
relativement à la motion ou à la requête. 

(2) La partie qui a contre-interrogé le déposant d'un 
affidavit remis par une partie opposée ne remet pas par 
la suite d'autres affidavits destinés à être utilisés à l'audi- 
ence, ni ne tient un interrogatoire aux termes de la rè^e 
39.03, sans l'autorisation du tribunal ou le consentement 
des parties. Le tribunal accorde l'autorisation, à des 



conditions justes, s'U est convaincu que la partie devrait 
être autorisée à répondre, en fournissant des preuves 
sous forme d'affidavit ou sous forme de la transcription 
d'un interrogatoire tenu aux termes de la règle 39.03, à 
une question soulevée pendant le contre-interrogatoire. 



6. Le paragraphe 39.03 ( 1 ) est modifié par 
adjonction, avant "une personne" à la 
première ligne, de "Sous réserve du 
paragraphe 39.02 (2)". 

7. La règle 39.03 est modifiée par adjonc- 
tion du paragraphe suivant : 

Obligation de diligence 

(2a) Le droit d'interroger est exercé avec diligence. 
Le tribunal peut refuser d'ajourner une motion ou une 
requête pour permettre la tenue d'un interrogatoire si 
la partie qui demande l'ajournement n'a pas agi avec 
diligence. 

8. Le paragraphe 48. 14 ( 1 ) est modifié par 
substitution, aux mots "d'un an" à la 
deuxième ligne, des mots "de deux 
ans". 



9. Le paragraphe 58,02 (2) est modifié par 
adjonction des mots "sauf si l'instance 
a été introduite ou entendue à Ottawa, 
à London ou à Windsor". 

10. Le paragraphe 58.02 (3) est modifié par 
adjonction des mots "à Ottawa, à 
London ou à Windsor". 

11. La règle 58.05 est abrogée et remplacée 
par ce qui suit : 

LIQUIDATION À TORONTO 

58.05 Si, après qu'une partie a obtenu un avis de 
rencontre pour la liquidation des dépens par un 
liquidateur ailleurs qu'à Toronto, Ottawa, London ou 
Windsor, une autre partie désire demander que la 
liquidation soit effectuée par un liquidateur à Toronto, 
cette autre partie : 

a) d'une part, signifie un avis à cet effet à toutes 
les parties intéressées et le dépose auprès du 
liquidateur qui a donné l'avis de rencontre; 

b) d'autre part, obtient d'un liquidateur à 
Toronto et signifie à toutes les parties intéres- 
sées un avis de rencontre pour la liquidation 
des dépens, 

au moins trois jours avant la date fixée par le premier 
avis de rencontre. 



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O. Reg. 366/87 



12. Le paragraphe 59.03 (3) est modifié par 
suppression du mot "ou" à la première 
ligne et par adjonction, après "(juge- 
ment)" à la première ligne, de "ou 59G 
(ordonnance ou certificat à la suite 
d'un appel)". 

13. Le paragraphe 61.03 (2), tel qu'il est 
adopté de nouveau par la disposition 
11 de l'article 1 du Règlement de 
l'Ontario 786/84, est abrogé et 
remplacé par ce qui suit : 

Dossier de motion, mémoire et transcriptions 

(2) Dans une motion en autorisation d'interjeter 
appel, l'auteur de la motion signifie : 

a) un dossier de motion comprenant, dans des 
pages numérotées consécutivement et dis- 
posées de la façon suivante : 

(i) une table des matières décrivant 
chaque document, y compris les 
pièces, selon leur nature et leur date 
et, dans le cas d'une pièce, selon son 
numéro ou sa lettre, 

(ii) une copie de l'avis de motion, 

(iii) une copie de l'ordonnance ou de la 
décision qui fait l'objet de la motion 
en autorisation d'interjeter appel, telle 
qu'elle est signée et inscrite, 

(iv) une copie des motifs du tribunal ou du 
tribunal administratif dont l'ordon- 
nance ou la décision fait l'objet de la 
motion en autorisation d'interjeter 
appel, 

(v) une copie des affidavits et des autres 
documents présentés au tribunal ou 
au tribunal administratif dont 
l'ordonnance ou la décision fait l'objet 
de la motion en autorisation 
d'interjeter appel, 

(vi) une liste des transcriptions des 
témoignages pertinents, par ordre 
chronologique, mais non nécessaire- 
ment les transcriptions elles-mêmes, 

(vii) une copie des autres documents 
déposés au dossier du greffe et néces- 
saires à l'audition de la motion; 

b) un mémoire exposant de façon concise, sans 
les arguments, les faits et les règles de droit 
sur lesquels il se fonde; 



c) les transcriptions des témoignages pertinents, 
s'ils ne sont pas déjà inclus dans le dossier de 
motion. 

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Il dépose trois copies du dossier de motion, du 
mémoire et, le cas échéant, des transcriptions, avec la 
preuve de leur signification, dans les trente jours du 
dépôt de l'avis de la motion en autorisation d'interjeter 
appel. 

(2a) Dans une motion en autorisation d'interjeter 
appel, la partie intimée peut, si elle est d'avis que le 
dossier de motion de l'auteur de la motion est incom- 
plet, signifier un dossier de motion comprenant, dans 
des pages numérotées consécutivement et disposées de 
la façon suivante : 

a) une table des matières décrivant chaque 
document, y compris les pièces, selon leur 
nature et leur date et, dans le cas d'une pièce, 
selon son numéro ou sa lettre; 

b) une copie des autres documents qu'elle utili- 
sera lors de l'audition de la motion et qui ne 
figurent pas au dossier de la motion. 

Elle peut également signifier un mémoire exposant de 
façon concise, sans les arguments, les faits et les règles 
de droit sur lesquels elle se fonde. Elle dépose trois 
copies de son dossier de motion et de son mémoire, le 
cas échéant, avec la preuve de leur signification, dans 
les quinze jours de la signification du dossier de 
motion, du mémoire et des transcriptions, le cas 
échéant, de l'auteur de la motion. 



14. La règle 61.03, telle qu'elle est modifiée 
par la disposition 11 de l'article 1 du 
Règlement de l'Ontario 786/84, est 
modifiée de nouveau par adjonction du 
paragraphe suivant : 

Date de l'audition 



(3a) Le greffier fixe la date de l'audition de la 
motion. Cette date ne doit pas, sauf avec le consente- 
ment de la partie intimée, tomber moins de quinze 
jours après le dépôt du dossier de motion, du mémoire 
et des transcriptions, le cas échéant, de l'auteur de la 
motion. 



15. Le paragraphe 61.04 (2) est abrogé. 

16. Le paragraphe 61.05 (4) est modifié par 
substitution, à "quinze" à la deuxième 
ligne, de "trente". 

17. Le paragraphe 61.12 (3) est modifié par 
adjonction de la phrase "Il signifie 
l'ordonnance à l'intimé". 

18. Les paragraphes 61.12 (6) et (7), tels 
qu'ils sont adoptés par la disposition 4 
de l'article 1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 
484/86, sont abrogés et remplacés par 
ce qui suit : 



O. Reg. 366/87 
Motions en autorisation 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3639 

I Signification de documents au Tuteur public 



(6) Dans une motion en autorisation d'interjeter 
appel, si l'auteur de la motion n'a pas signifié et déposé 
le dossier de motion, le mémoire et (si cela est néces- 
saire) les transcriptions, conformément au paragraphe 
61.03 (2), la partie intimée peut, sur préavis de dix 
jours à l'auteur de la motion, présenter une motion au 
greffier en vue de faire rejeter pour cause de retard la 
motion en autorisation d'interjeter appel. 

(7) Dans une motion en autorisation d'interjeter 
appel, si l'auteur de la motion n'a pas, dans les six mois 
suivant le dépôt de l'avis de motion, signifié et déposé 
le dossier de motion, le mémoire et (si cela est néces- 
saire) les transcriptions, le greffier peut signifier à 
l'auteur de la motion un avis portant que la motion 
sera rejetée pour cause de retard, à moins que les 
documents ne soient signifiés et déposés dans les dix 
jours de la signification de l'avis. 

(8) Dans une motion en autorisation d'interjeter 
appel, si l'auteur de la motion : 

a) dans le cas d'une motion présentée en vertu 
du paragraphe (6), ne signifie et ne dépose 
pas les documents avant l'audition de cette 
motion, ou dans le délai plus long accordé 
par un juge du tribunal d'appel; 

b) dans le cas d'un a\-is visé au paragraphe (7), 
ne signifie et ne dépose pas les documents 
dans les dix jours qui suivent la signification 
de l'avis ou dans le délai plus long accordé 
par un juge du tribunal d'appel, 

le greffier rend une ordonnance, rédigée selon la formule 
61IA, qui rejette la motion pour cause de retard, avec 
dépens. 



19. La règle 70.16, telle qu'elle est adoptée 
de nouveau par la disposition 10 de 
l'article 1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 
323/86, est abrogée et remplacée par ce 
qui suit : 

RAPPORT DU TUTEUR PUBLIC 

AxHs d^ intention de procéder à une enquête et défaire 
rapport 

70.16 (1) Si le Tuteur public a l'intention de pro- 
céder à une enquête et de faire rapport au tribunal en 
ce qui concerne la garde d'un enfant ou le droit de 
visite, il signifie aux parties un avis de cette intention 
(formule 70NA) et dépose une copie de l'aWs, avec la 
preuve de sa signification. 

(2) La signification de l'avis à une partie dont le 
défaut a été constaté se fait par la poste, à la dernière 
adresse connue de la partie, sauf ordonnance contraire | 
du tribunal. | 

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(3) Si le Tuteur pubhc signifie l'avis, la partie qui 
signifie par la suite une défense à la requête en divorce, 
une réponse à la défense à la requête en divorce, un 
a\-is de motion ou tout autre document ayant trait à la 
garde, aux aliments ou à l'éducation de l'enfant ou au 
droit de visite, le signifie également au Tuteur public 
dans le délai prescrit pour la signification aux parties. 

Droit du Tuteur public de procéder à une enquête 
préalable 

(4) Si le Tuteur public signifie l'avis, il jouit, en ce 
qui concerne toute question ayant trait à la garde, aux 
aliments ou à l'éducation de l'enfant ou au droit de 
visite, du droit de procéder à une enquête préalable. 

Signification du rapport 

(5) Le Tuteur public signifie son rapport aux parties 
qu'intéressent la garde, les aliments ou l'éducation de 
l'enfant ou le droit de visite, dans les soixante jours 
après avoir signifié l'axis prévu au paragraphe (1). Il 
dépose ensuite sans délai une copie du rapport, ainsi 
que de l'affidavit à l'appui, le cas échéant, avec la 
preuve de sa signification. 

(6) Le paragraphe (2) s'applique, avec les adapta- 
tions nécessaires, à la signification du rapport. 

Contestation du rapport 

(7) Une partie qui reçoit la signification du rapport 
peut contester une observation qui figure au rapport ou à 
l'affidavit à l'appui, le cas échéant, en signifiant à toutes 
les autres parties qu'intéressent la garde, les aliments ou 
l'éducation de l'enfant ou le droit de visite, ainsi qu'au 
Tuteur public, une déclaration concise de la nature de la 
contestation et en déposant cette déclaration, avec la 
preuve de sa signification, dans les quinze jours de la 
signification du rapport. 

(8) Si le Tuteur public a signifié l'avis prévu au 
paragraphe (1), l'action n'est pas instruite et aucune 
motion en vue d'obtenir un jugement n'est entendue 
avant : 

a) soit le dépôt de toutes les contestations ou 
l'expiration du délai imparti pour ce dépôt; 

b) soit le dépôt, par chacune des parties 
qu'intéressent la garde, les aliments ou l'édu- 
cation de l'enfant ou le droit de visite, d'une 
renonciation (formule 70O) au droit de con- 
tester le rapport. 

Champ d'application de Pancienne règle 

(9) La règle 70.16, telle qu'elle existait le 2 février 
1987, continue de s'appUquer aux actions en divorce 
intentées à cette date ou à une date antérieure. 

20. La Règle 71, telle qu'elle est modifiée 
par les dispositions 18 et 21 à 23 de 



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l'article 1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 
221/86, la disposition 11 de l'article 1 
du Règlement de l'Ontario 323/86 et les 
dispositions 5 et 6 de l'article 1 du 
Règlement de l'Ontario 484/86, est 
modifiée de nouveau par adjonction de 
la règle suivante : 

RAPPORT DU TUTEUR PUBLIC 

71.05a Les paragraphes 70.16 (1) à (8) (rapport du 
Tuteur public) s'appliquent, avec les adaptations 
nécessaires, aux instances introduites en application de 
la partie III de la h)i portant réforme du droit de 
î enfance . 

21. La Règle suivante est ajoutée : 

RÈGLE 74 EXÉCUTION RÉCIPROQUE 
DE JUGEMENTS RENDUS AU 
ROYAUME-UNI 

DÉFINITIONS 

74.01 Les définitions qui suivent s'appliquent aux 

règles 74.01 à 74.06. 

^'■Convention" 

"Convention" La Convention figurant en annexe à la 
Loi. 

'^judgmenV 

"jugement" Jugement auquel s'applique la Conven- 
tion. 

"Act" 



"Loi" La Loi de 1984 sur V exécution réciproque de 
jugements (Royaume-Uni). 

REQUÊTE EN VUE DE FAIRE ENRE- 
GISTRER LE JUGEMENT 

Avis de requête 

74.02 (1) L'avis d'une requête présentée en vertu 
de la Loi à la Cour suprême ou à la Cour de district en 
vue de faire enregistrer un jugement rendu par un tri- 
bunal du Royaume-Uni, est rédigé selon la formule 
74A. 

Documents à l'appui 

(2) À l'appui de la requête, il est présenté un 
affidavit qui confirme les déclarations figurant dans 
l'avis de requête et donne des précisions quant aux 
autres faits, le cas échéant, sur lesquels se fonde le 
droit du requérant de faire enregistrer le jugement et 
de le faire exécuter. 

(3) L'original ou une copie certifiée conforme du 
jugement et du document qui constitue la preuve de 
signification de l'acte introductif d'instance du tribunal 
du Royaume-Uni, accompagnent l'affidavit comme 
pièces. 

(4) L'affidavit peut faire état des éléments que le 
déposant tient pour véridiques sur la foi de renseigne- 
ments, pourvu que la source de ces renseignements et 
le fait qu'ils sont tenus pour véridiques soient indiqués. 

EXÉCUTION DU JUGEMENT 

74.03 Le jugement qui est enregistré en vertu de la 
Loi peut être exécuté comme s'il s'agissait d'un juge- 
ment rendu par le tribunal de l'enregistrement. 



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22. La formule suivante est ajoutée : 

FORMULE 59C 

ORDONNANCE RENDUE Â LA SUITE D'UN APPEL 

(ou CERTIFICAT , dans le cas des appels des décisions de 
tribunaux autres que la Cour supreme de l'Ontario, et des 
décisions de tribunaux administratifs) 





ibunal) 
il 


(n 


" du dossier 


de la cour) 


(tr 


our 


et 


date de 


1 'ordonnance 








(ou 


du certificat)) 



(nom(s) du(des) juge(s)) 

(sceau de la cour) 

(intitulé de l'instance) 

ORDONNANCE (ou CERTIFICATE^ 

LE PRÉSENT APPEL interjeté par (désigner la partie) en vue 
d'obtenir (indiquer les mesures de redressement demandées dans 
l'avis d'appel, sauf dans la mesure où elles sont indiquée^ 
dans le dispositif de l'ordonnance (ou du certificat ) ) a été 
entendu aujourd'hui (ou a été entendu le (date)) à/au (lieu) , 
(donner des précisions nécessaires, le cas échéant, à la 
compréhension de l'ordonnance (ou du certificat)) . 

APRÈS AVOIR LU les (préciser les documents déposés à l'appui de 
1 ' appe 1 ) et après avoir entendu les plaidoiries des avocats de 
(désign"ër les parties) , (le cas échéant, ajouter ; (désigner la 

? artie) comparaissant en personne ou personne ne représentant 
désigner la partie) bien que la signification appropriée de 
1 'avis lui ait été faite comme le démontre (indiquer la preuve 
de la signification)) . 



LE TRIBUNAL ORDONNE (ou CERTIFIE , s'il y a lieu) que . . . 

(Signature du juge ou du greffier) 
Règl. de l'Ont. 366/87, art. 1, disp. 22. 

23. La formule 611 est modifiée par adjonction de ce qui suit : 

AVERTISSEMENT : S'il y a un appel incident, l'appelant à l'appel incident devrait tenir compte de la règle 
61.14, en vertu de laquelle l'appel incident peut faire l'objet d'un désistement réputé. 

24. La formule 61IA, telle qu'elle est adoptée par la disposition 7 de l'article 1 du Règlement 
de l'Ontario 484/86, est abrogée et remplacée i>ar ce qui suit : 

Formule 6IIA 

ORDONNANCE REJETANT LA MOTION EN 
AUTORISATION D'INTERJETER APPEL POUR CAUSE DE RETARD 

{titre) 
ORDONNANCE REJETANT LA MOTION EN AUTORISATION 

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L'auteur de la motion en autorisation d'interjeter appel de l'ordonnance (ou la mention appropriée) de (nom 
du tribunal ou du tribunal administratif) du (date) n'a pas signifié et déposé le dossier de motion, le mémoire et (si 
cela est nécessaire) les transcriptions, conformément à l'alinéa 61.12 (8) a) (motion présentée par l'intimé) (om à 
l'alinéa 61.12 (8) b) (avis du greffier)) des Règles de procédure civile. 

IL EST ORDONNE que cette motion soit rejetée pour cause de retard, avec dépens. 

Date signature 



greffier de la Cour d'appel 
(ou de la Cour divisionnaire) 



Règl. de l'Ont. 366/87, art. 1, disp. 24. 

25. La formule 61J est modifiée par adjonction de ce qui suit : 

AVERTISSEMENT : S'il y a un appel incident, l'appelant à rapp)el incident devrait tenir compte de la règle 
61.14, en vertu de laquelle l'appel incident peut faire l'objet d'un désistement réputé. 

26. Les formules suivantes sont ajoutées : 



FORMULE 70NA 

AVIS DE L'INTENTION DU TUTEUR PUBLIC DE PROCEDER 
 UNE ENQUÊTE 

(titre) 

AVIS D'INTENTION DE PROCEDER À UNE ENQUETE 

AUX PARTIES 

Le Tuteur public a l'intention de procéder à une enquête 
et de faire rapport au tribunal en ce qui concerne la garde de 
l'enfant (nom) ou le droit de visite, conformément à la Loi sur 
les tribunaux judiciaires et aux règles de ce tribunal. Il peut 
également faire rapport en ce qui concerne les aliments ou 
l'éducation de l'enfant. Le rapport vous sera signifié par la 
poste. Vous aurez le droit de contester toute observation qui 
figure au rapport en signifiant à toutes les autres parties 
qu'intéressent la garde, les aliments ou l'éducation de 
l'enfant ou le droit de visite, ainsi qu'au Tuteur public, une 
déclaration concise de la nature de votre contestation. Vous 
devez ensuite déposer cette déclaration auprès du tribunal avec 
la preuve de sa signification. La signification et le dépôt 
doivent avoir lieu dans les quinze jours du jour où vous est 
signifié le rapport du Tuteur public. 

Le Tuteur public 

5® étage 

180, rue Dundas ouest 

Toronto (Ontario) 

M5G 1E4 

A l'attention de : (nom et 
numéro de téléphoneT 

A (noms et adresses des procureurs 
ou des parties qui reçoivent 
la signification) 

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FORMULE 74 A 

AVIS DE REQUÊTE EN VUE DE FAIRE ENREGISTRER UN JUGEMENT 
RENDU AU ROYAUME-UNI 

(titre) 

(sceau de la cour) 

AVIS DE REQUÊTE 

À L'INTIMÉ 

UNE INSTANCE A ÉTÉ INTRODUITE par le requérant en vue de 
faire enregistrer et exécuter en Ontario un jugement rendu 
contre vous par un tribunal du Royaume-Uni. La demande 
présentée par le requérant est exposée dans les pages 
suivantes. 

LA PRÉSENTE REQUETE sera entendue par ( insérer un juge de 
la Haute Cour, un juge local de la Haute Cour_j^ un juge de la 
Cour de district, ou la mention appropriée) le (jour) (date) , à 
(heure) , à/au (adresse du palais de justice) . 

SI VOUS DÉSIREZ CONTESTER LA REQUÊTE, vous-même ou un 
avocat de l'Ontario vous représentant devez préparer un avis de 
comparution selon la formule 38C prescrite par les Règles de 
procédure civile, la signifier à l'avocat du requérant ou, si 
ce dernier n'a pas retenu les services d'un avocat, au 
requérant lui-même, et le déposer, accompagné de la preuve de 
sa signification, à ce greffe. Vous-même ou votre avocat devez 
être présent à l'audience. 

SI VOUS DÉSIREZ PRÉSENTER UNE PREUVE DOCUMENTAIRE ET 
NOTAMMENT UNE PREUVE PAR AFFIDAVIT DEVANT LE TRIBUNAL, OU^ 
INTERROGER OU CONTRE- INTERROGER DES TÉMOINS RELATIVEMENT À LA 
REQUÊTE, vous-même ou votre avocat devez faire signifier, outre 
votre avis de comparution, une copie de la preuve à l'avocat du 
requérant ou, si ce dernier n'a pas retenu les services d'un 
avocat, au requérant lui-même, et la déposer, accompagnée de la 
preuve de sa signification, au greffe du lieu où la requête 
sera entendue, le plus tôt possible, mais au plus tard à 14 
heures le jour précédant l'audience. 

SI VOUS NE VOUS PRÉSENTEZ PAS Â L'AUDIENCE, LE JUGEMENT DU 
ROYAUME-UNI PEUT ÊTRE ENREGISTRÉ ET EXÉCUTÉ CONTRE VOUS SANS 
QUE VOUS RECEVIEZ D'AUTRE AVIS. 

Date délivré par 



greffier local 

adresse du greffe 

DESTINATAIRES : (nom et adresse de 
chaque intimé) 



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REQUETE 



O. Reg. 366/87 



Formule 74A 
page 2 



1. Le requérant demande, en vertu de la Loi sur 1 'exécution 
réciproque des jugements (Royaume-UniT i que soit 
enregistre le jugement rendu par un tribunal du Royaume- 
Uni, dont la description suit : 



a) 
b) 



Nom du tribunal 



Demandeur (ou requérant ) 



c) Défendeur (ou intimé) 



d) 
e) 



Date du jugement 



Montant, en monnaie mentionnée dans le jugement, 
accordé à chaque demandeur (ou requérant^ et contre 
chaque défendeur (ou intimé! 



Jugement 
pour 



Jugement 
contre 



Montant 
accordé 



Montant des 
dépens accordés 



f) Intérêts postérieurs au jugement 



g) 



Taux de 

A partir du 
Calculés sur 



par année 

(montant principal ) 



Montant impayé, en monnaie mentionnée dans le 
jugement, en ce qui concerne chaque demandeur (ou 
requérant) et chaque défendeur (ou intimé) 



Payable à Payable par Montant Montant de 

impayé, y dépens impayés, 

compris les y compris les 

intérêts intérêts 



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Formule 74A 
page 3 



La requête se fonde sur les moyens suivants : 
a) 



La Loi et la Convention y figurant en annexe 
s'appliquent au jugement. 

b) La Loi et la Convention n'interdisent pas 
l'enregistrement du jugement. 

( ) a comparu 

c) Le défendeur (ou l'intimé^ 

( ) n'a pas comparu 
devant le tribunal du Royaume-Uni qui a rendu le 
jugement . 

(Si le défendeur (ou l'intimé) n'a pas comparu, expliquez 
en detail pourquoi l'enregistrement du jugement est 
néanmoins permis en vertu de la Loi sur l'exécution 
réciproque des jugements (Royaume-Uni)). 

d) Le requérant a le droit de faire enregistrer et de 
faire exécuter le jugement 

( ) en tant que demandeur (ou requérant j^ mentionné 
au jugement 

( ) en tant que cessionnaire du jugement 

( ) en tant que (précisez) 



3. Le requérant présente à l'appui de la requête la preuve 
documentaire qui suit : 



a) 

b) 
c) 



l'original du jugement, ou une copie certifiée 
conforme; 

1 'affidavit de 



l'original du document qui constitue la preuve de la 
signification de l'acte introductif d'instance du 
tribunal du Royaume-Uni, ou une copie certifiée 
conforme de ce document. 

L'adresse personnelle de l'intimé à la présente requête 
est la suivante : 



(date de délivrance) 



(Nom, adresse et numéro de 
téléphone du procureur dû 
requérant ou du requérant) 



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3646 O. Reg. 366/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
27. Le poste 8 du tarif A est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

8. Requête 

Ce poste comprend toutes les mesures préliminaires, l'avis de requête, les affidavits, la correspondance, 
le dossier de requête, le mémoire, la préparation, les honoraires d'avocat relatifs à l'audience ou à la 
transaction et la présence au prononcé de jugement. 

Le liquidateur des dépens peut fixer le montant des honoraires. Il peut accorder des honoraires à un 
avocat adjoint. 

2. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le 2 juillet 1987. 

(2096) 28 



COMMODITY BOARDS AND 
MARKETING AGENCIKS ACT 

O. Reg. 367/87. 

Levies or Charges — Hatching Eggs. 

Made— June 18th, 1987. 

Filed— June 22nd, 1987. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

COMMODITY BOARDS AND MARKETING 

AGENCIES ACT 

LEVIES OR CHARGES— HATCHING EGGS 

1. In this Regulation, 

"hatching egg" means an egg intended to be hatched as 
a chick; 

"marketing agency" means the Canadian Broiler 
Hatching Egg Agency constituted under the Farm 
Products Marketing Agencies Act (Canada). 
O. Reg. 367/87, s. 1. 

2. — (1) The Lieutenant Governor in Council hereby 
grants to the marketing agency, in relation to the mar- 
keting of hatching eggs locally within Ontario, 
authority to fix, impose and collect levies or charges 
from persons engaged in the production of hatching 
eggs in Ontario and for such purpose to classify such 
persons into groups and fix the levies or charges pay- 
able by the members of the different groups in differ- 
ent amounts not exceeding, in any case, 0.5 cent for 
each hatching egg, and to use such levies or charges for 
the purposes of the marketing agency, including the 
creation of reserves, the payment of expenses and los- 
ses resulting from the sale or disposal of any hatching 
eggs, and the equalization or adjustment among pro- 
ducers of hatching eggs of moneys realized from the 
sale thereof during such period or periods of time as 
the marketing agency may determine. 

(2) The grant of authority under subsection (1) does 
not include the authority to fix, impose and collect 
levies or charges on hatching eggs produced by a pro- 
ducer- in excess of the production quota fixed and 
allotted to the producer by The Ontario Broiler and 



Roaster Hatching Egg and Chick Commission under 
the Farm Products Marketing Act. O. Reg. ibl 1%' , 

s. 2. 

3. Any person who receives hatching eggs shall 
deduct from the moneys payable for the hatching eggs 
any levies or charges payable to the marketing agenc\- 
by the person from whom he or she receives the 
hatching eggs and shall forward such levies or charges 
to the Canadian Broiler Hatching Egg Agency, or its 
agent designated for that purpose, not later than ten 
days after the last day of the week in which he or she 
received the hatching eggs. O. Reg. 367/87, s. 3. 

4. The marketing agency shall, at any time during 
normal office hours, make available to such auditor as 
the Minister of Agriculture and Food may designate, 
all books of account, records and documents relating 
to the receipt of funds pursuant to this Regulation and 
expenditures made by the marketing agency of moneys 
derived in whole or in part from funds received by the 
marketing agency under this Regulation. O. Reg. 
367/87, s. 4. 



(2097) 



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ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 368/87. 

Exemption — Vaughan Hydro-Electric 

Commission — VAUG-T- 1 . 
Made— June 5 th, 1987. 
Approved — ^June 5th, 1987. 
Filed— June 22nd, 1987. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— VAUGHAN HYDRO-ELECTRIC 
COMMISSION— VAUG-T- 1 

Having received a request from the Vaughan Hyd- 
ro-Electric Commission that an undertaking, namely: 

the activity of planning, designing, constructing, 
operating and maintaining a new electrical 



1 



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O. Reg. 369/87 3647 



transformer station to transform power from 
230 kV to 27.6 kV. on a site located in Lot 7, Con- 
cession .?, Town of Vaughan, 

be exempt from the application of the Act pursuant to 
section 29; and 

Having been advised by the Vaughan Hydro-Elec- 
tric Commission that if the undertaking is subject to 
the application of the Act, the following injur>-, dam- 
age or interference with the persons and property indi- 
cated will occur: 

A. The public will be interfered with and dam- 
aged since the level of service available from 
the proponent will be diminished and the 
reUabiUty of the electrical distribution system 
will be adversely affected if future electrical 
demands cannot be met. 

B. The proponent and its customers will be 
interfered with by the delay incurred by 
haxnng to prepare an indi\ndual environ- 
mental assessment for an undertaking which 
will not adversely affect the environment. 

Ha\-ing weighed such injur>-, damage or interfer- 
ence against the betterment of the people of the whole 
or any part of Ontario by the protection, conservation 
and wise management in Ontario of the environment 
which would result from the undertaking being subject 
to the appHcation of the Act; 

The undersigned is of the opinion that it is in the 
public interest to order and orders that the undertak- 
ing is exempt from the application of the Act for the 
following reasons: 

A. The public directly affected by the proposed 
project have been informed of the propo- 
nent's intentions and no concerns have been 
raised. 

B. The need for the project is well documented 
and information provided shows that 
environmental impacts will not be adverse; 
however, in the area of noise impacts, the 
following conditions will apply to this 
approval. 

This exemption is subject to the following terms and 
conditions: 

1. The Vaughan Hydro-Electric Commission 
shall provide the Director of the Environ- 
mental Assessment Branch of the Ministr>^ of 
the Environment with a letter indicating the 
date on which construction commenced, 
within 30 days following the date, and the 
letter shall be put on file with the public 
record kept under section 3 1 of the Act by the 
Branch at the Ministry's main office located 
at 135 St. Clair Avenue West, Toronto, 
Ontario M4V 1P5. 



2. The exemption order shall expire if construc- 
tion of the project has not commenced by 
June 30, 1988. O. Reg. 368/87. 

James Bradley 
Minister of the Environment 

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ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 369/87. 

Exemption — Ministry of Natural 

Resources — MNR-5 2 . 
Made— June 5th, 1987. 
Approved — June 5th, 1987. 
Filed— June 22nd, 1987. 



ORDER \L\DE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— MLSnSTRY OF NATURAL 
RESOURCES— MNR-5 2. 

Having received a request from the Ministry of 
Natural Resources that an undertaking, namely: 

the activity of implementing the Ministr>- of Natur- 
al Resources Cottage Lot Development Program 
including: 

1. The implementation of any 

(i) Lake Management Plans 
(ii) River Cottaging Plans 

2. The provision of road access, access points, 
common docks and solid waste disposal 
facilities 

3. The disposition of Crown land for cottage 
development 

be exempt from the application of the Act pursuant to 
section 29; and 

Having been advised that if the undertaking is subject 
to the application of the Act, the following injur\', dam- 
age or interference with the persons and property indi- 
cated will occur: 

A. The public will be interfered with by delay in 
carr\-ing out management programs to which 
the Crown has made public commitments and 
which have no significant negative effects on 
the environment. 

The undersigned is of the opinion that it is in the 
pubUc interest to order and orders that the undertaking 
is exempt from the appUcation of the Act for the follow- 
ing reasons: 



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O. Reg. 369/87 



A. The Ministry of Natural Resources, through 
public consultation, has developed District 
Land Use Guidelines which provide direction 
for determining areas to be considered for 
cottage development. 

B. The Ministry of Natural Resources has a 
management planning process for lakes and 
rivers which considers: 

(i) development and evaluation of alter- 
native cottage lot and subdivision 
development plans; 

(ii) the option of no development; 

(iii) economic, social and environmental 
impacts; 

(iv) public consultation; 

(v) input from other government agencies; 

(vi) periodic reviews of lake and river 
management plans. 

C. The Ministry of Natural Resources processes 
Crown land subdivision development plans in 
accordance with procedures for private land 
subdivision proposals established under sec- 
tion SO of the Planning Act, 1983. 

D. The cottage lot program provides a service to 
the people of Ontario in areas where this 
demand is not now fulfilled by the private 
sector. 

E. No significant negative environmental 
impacts or other public concerns have been 
identified with the cottage lot program which 
was carried out between 1974 and 1982. 

F. The exemption will provide for early 
implementation of Ministry of Natural 
Resources Northern Competitiveness Initia- 
tives to increase the use of Crown land as a 
development tool. A market demand study 
for cottage lots in Northern Ontario being 
carried out by the Ministry of Natural 
Resources during the term of this exemption 
will provide the long term direction for the 
Cottage Lot Development Program. The 
results of this study will also allow for an 
accurate determination of future methods for 
complying with the Environmental Assess- 
ment Act. 

The exemption is subject to the following terms and 
conditions: 

1. The Cottage Lot Development Program will 
be carried out in accordance with: 

1. The Ministry of Natural Resources 

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"Interim Lake Planning Guidelines", 
1977; 

2. The Ministry of Natural Resources 
"River Cottaging Guidelines", 1982; 

3. The Ministry of Natural Resources 
"Policy for Cottage Lot Development 
Program" dated March 11, 1987, 

as amended from time to time and shall only 
include activities carried out for the purposes 
of creating, developing and servicing lots 
referred to in condition 10. 

2. New cottage lots shall only be created in 
accordance with the procedure under section 
SO of the Planning Act, 1983, as amended 
from time to time, which, for purposes of this 
order, shall be treated by the Ministry of 
Natural Resources as though the Act bound 
the Crown. 

3. The Ministry of Natural Resources shall pro- 
vide the Environmental Assessment Branch 
of the Ministry of the Environment and the 
Strategic Policy Branch of the Ministry of 
Tourism and Recreation with a list of exist- 
ing MNR approved lake and river plans 
related to this undertaking which are 
intended to be implemented during the term 
of this order, within six months of the 
approval of this exemption order. 

Any amendments to this list will be for- 
warded to the Director of the Environmental 
Assessment Branch, Ministry of the Envi- 
ronment within thirty days of the list being 
amended by the Minister of Natural 
Resources. The names of lakes and rivers for 
which new plans will be formulated will also 
be forwarded to the Director of the 
Environmental Assessment Branch, Ministry 
of the Environment, prior to the commence- 
ment of the lake and river planning process. 

4. A copy of each lake and river plan, once it is 
approved by MNR, shall be made available 
to the public for examination at the approp- 
riate District Office of the Ministry of Natur- 
al Resources at least forty-five days before 
implementation commences and, in any 
event, prior to the submission of a draft plan 
of subdivision or the commencement of con- 
struction of an access road, access point, 
common dock or solid waste disposal facility. 
A summary of each plan to be implemented 
will be forwarded to the Environmental 
Assessment Branch of the Ministry of the 
Environment and the Strategic Policy 
Branch of the Ministry of Tourism and 
Recreation no later than the date the plan is 
required to be made available at the District 
Office to be kept with the records of 
environmental assessments and made avail- 



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able to the public in the same way as these 
records. 



S. Where the Minister of the En\Tronment 
determines, after consultation with the 
Minister of X2itural Resources, that a prop- 
osed activity, 

(a) may generate an unusual amount of 
public or Government concern; 

0) may have unusual or significant 
potential environmental impacts not 
adequately treated in the pertinent 
planning exercise; or 

(c) would otherwise warrant an envi- 
ronmental assessment. 



the Minister of the Environment may. by 
written notice to the Minister of Natural 
Resources, direct that an environmental 
assessment be prepared for the activitv- in 
which event the activity will not be exempt 
under this Order. 



6. Where the Minister of the Environment has 
given written notice to the Minister of 
Natural Resources that he is considering the 
apphcation of condition 5 to an activity, 
MNR shall not implement the activity until 
fortv'-five days have elapsed from the giving 
of notice or the Minister of the Environment 
gives written notice to the Minister of Natur- 
al Resources that it is not proposed to require 
an environmental assessment. 



7. The Ministry of Natural Resources as part of 
its Lake and River Planning Process shall 
comply with the conditions of approval of the 
Class Environmental Assessments for Access 
Points and Docks and Access Roads to MNR 
faciUties approved on April 1, 1982 and the 
Class Environmental Assessment for SoUd 
Waste Disposal £4)proved on April 6, 1984 or 
any subsequent approval that is provided for 
the undertakings described in these Class 
Environmental Assessments. 

8. Where an environmental assessment is sub- 
mitted for a lake or river plan, that plan shall 
be deemed to be a separate undertaking not 
exempt by this order. 

9. During the term of this exemption, the 
Ministry of Natural Resources shall conduct 
a review of the Interim Lake Planning 
Guidelines and the River Cottaging 
Guidelines to ensure that these guidelines 
take into account the concerns of government 
ministries and agencies. These guidelines { (2099) 

1437 



shall be circulated by the Ministrv- of Natural 
Resources for review to all those government 
ministries and agencies which are normaUy 
involved in the Government Review under 
the Environmental Assessment Act. 

10. The Ministrv- of Natural Resources shall offer 
no more than 350 new Crovra lots under this 
exemption order to the public in each year of 
the term of this Order. 

1 1 . Each lot developed by the Ministrv- of Natur- 
al Resources under this Cottage Lot Program 
shall be able either in a natural or an 
engineered state to support a Class 4 sewage 
sj'stem. 

12. The Ministry of Natural Resources, in con- 
sultation with the Ministrv- of the Environ- 
ment, shall determine the most appropriate 
method for long term compIiaiKe with the 
Environmental Assessment Act for this prog- 
ram and shall submit a letter to the Director 
of the Environmental Assessment Branch by 
June 30, 1988 which outlines an agreement 
satisfactory to the Ministry of the Environ- 
menL 

13. A copy of this guidelines and policv- referred 
to in condition 1 , the list and its amendments 
referred to in condition 3, the summary refer- 
red to in condition 4, any notice referred to in 
condition 5, 6 or 14 shall be kept in the public 
records maintained imder section 31 of the 
Act by the Environmental Assessment 
Branch. 

14. — (1) If the Ministry of the Environment has 
not issued a notice in writing to the Minister 
of Natural Resources referring to this sub- 
condition by the 15th day of Jul>-, 1988 stat- 
ing that the agreement referred to in condi- 
tion 12 is satisfactorv-, this Exemption Order 
shall expire on that date. 

(2) Subject to subsection (1), this Order expires 
December 31, 1988 except that the Minister 
of the Environment, taking into considera- 
tion but no Umited to the agreement referred 
to in condition 12 made on the long term 
apphcation of the Environmental Assessment 
Act to this program and upon request of the 
Minister of Natural Resoruces, may by writ- 
ten notice referring to this condition extend 
the expirv- date but this extension shall not be 
beyond June 30, 1990. O. Reg. 369/87. 

Dated this 5th day of June. 1987. 

James Bradltv 
Minister of the Environment 



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O. Reg. 372/87 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 370/87. 

Vehicles for the Transportation of 
Physically Disabled Passengers. 
Made— June 18th, 1987. 
Filed— June 22nd, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 167/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Clause 5 (2) (b) of Ontario Regulation 
167/81 is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(b) have the sides of the platform fitted with 
guards extending the full length on each side 
and of sufficient height to prevent a wheel- 
chair from rolling off the platform during 
vertical operation of the lift; 

(ba) have a retractable lip on the outer edge of the 
platform of sufficient height to prevent a 
wheelchair from rolling off the platform 
during vertical operation of the lift; 

2. The said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following section: 

Ha. Public vehicles equipped with £iir-ride or tor- 
sion-bar suspension, reclining seats, baggage capacity 
separated from the passenger cabin, motive power that 
is mounted to the rear of the front axle, and commonly 
known as inter-city motor coaches, that are designed 
or modified for the purpose of transporting physically 
disabled persons in wheelchairs and equipped with a 
lift, are designated as a class of vehicle and that class is 
exempt from section 2, clause 5 (2) (6) and section 
7a. O. Reg. 370/87, s. 2. 



(2100) 



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LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

O. Reg. 371/87. 
Establishment of Local Roads 

Areas — Northwestern Region. 
Made— June ISth, 1987. 
Filed— June 24th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 599 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 



1. Schedule 65 to Regulation 599 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as remade by section 3 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 178/86, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

Schedule 65 

PELLATT NO. 2 LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All those portions of the townships of Pellatt and 
Umbach in the Territorial District of Kenora, shown 
outlined on Ministry of Transportation and Communi- 
cations Plan N-SOS-9, filed with the Administrative Ser- 
vices Office of the Ministry of Transportation and 
Communications at Toronto on the 20th day of May, 
1987. O. Reg. 371/87, s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following Schedule: 

Schedule 126 

PEACE TREE LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All that portion of the Township of Aweres in the 
Territorial District of Algoma, shown outlined on 
Ministry of Transportation and Communications Han 
N-916-1, filed with the Administrative Services Office of 
the Ministry of Transportation and Communications at 
Toronto on the 20th day of May, 1987. 
O. Reg. 371/87, s. 2. 

Edward Fulton 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 



Dated at Toronto, this 15th day of June, 1987. 

(2123) 

FUEL TAX ACT, 1981 

O. Reg. 372/87. 

General. 

Made— June 23rd, 1987. 

Filed— June 2Sth, 1987. 



28 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 772/82 

MADE UNDER THE 

FUEL TAX ACT, 1981 

1. Ontario Regulation 772/82 is amended 
by adding thereto the following section: 

6a. — (1) For the purposes of subsection 11 (5) of the 
Act, every importer shall collect, 

(a) from every wholesaler or retail deader to 
whom the importer sells clear fuel, an 



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amount on account of the tax imposed by the 
Act at the time of sak of the clear fuel to the 
wholesaler or retailer, and 

(b) the tax pa>-able under subsection 4 (3) oi the 
Act from ev-er>- purchaser to whom the 
importer sells clear fuel. 

(2) Tax collected under subsection (1) shall be remit- 
ted in accordance with subsection 8 (2). O. Reg. 372/ 
87, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to 
have come into force on the 1st day of 
December, 1986. 

Robert Nkon 
Minister of Revenue 

Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of June, 1987. 

(2128) 28 

ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT, 1986 

O. Reg. 373/87. 

General. 

Made— June 25th, 1987. 

Fikd— June 2Sth, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 689/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT, 1986 

1. Subsection 3 (9) of Ontario Regulation 
689/86 is revoked and the following 
substituted therefm-: 

(9) For the purposes of subclause 6 (2) {c)(i) of the Act, 
die amount determined under section 7 of the Act for the 
diq)ensing of a listed drug product for an eligible person 
is $5.95. O. Reg. 373/87, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to 
have come into force on the 1st day of 
December, 1986. 



(2129) 



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SECURITIES ACT 

O. Reg. 374/87. 

General. 

Made— June 25th, 1987. 

Filed— June 25th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 910 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

SECURITIES ACT 

1. Regulation 910 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980 is amended b> adding 
thereto the following section: 

16a. — (1) Subject to subsection (2), section 52 of tbt 
Act does not appl>' to a trade by a person or company 
referred to in subparagraph iii of paragraph 1 1 of sub- 
section 1 (1) of the Act in a security that was acquired 
pursuant to a take-over bid that is a fomal bH as 
defined in subsection 88 (1) of the Act if, 

(fl) the offeree issuer had been a repmting issuer 
for at least twelve months at the date of the 
bid; 

(fr) the intention to make the trade was disclosed 
in the take-over bid circular in respect of the 
take-over bid; 

(c) the trade is made within the period com- 
mencing on the day of the expir>' of the bid 
and ending twenty days thereafter, 

id) a notice of intention and a declaration in 
Form 23 are filed before the trade; 

(e) a report of the trade is filed within five days 
after the completion of the trade; and 

(f) no unusual effort is made to prepare the 
market or to create a demand for the security 
and no extraordinary- commission is paid in 
respect of the trade. 

(2) Where an offeror referred to in subsection (1) seDs 
the securities acquired pursuant to a formal bid to 
another person or company that made a competing for- 
mal bid for securities of the same issuer, for not greater 
than the same consideration than that offered by that 
other person or company in its take-ov-er bid, the offeror 
need not comph- with clause (1) (jb). 
O. Reg. 374/87, s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is further 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing section: 

31ii. Where a prospectus is required to be filed in 
respect of an issuer bid. the information prescribed in 
Form 33, except the certificate in item 30, shall be 
included in the prospectus. O. Reg. 374/87, s. 2. 

3. Part IX of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the foflowing substituted 
therefor: 



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PART IX 

TAKE-OVER BIDS AND ISSUER BIDS 

163. — (1) In this section, 

"formal valuation" means a valuation prepared by a 
qualified and independent valuer based upx)n 
techniques that are appropriate in the circumstances, 
after considering going concern or liquidation 
assumptions or both, together with other relevant 
assumptions, that arrives at an opinion as to a value 
or range of values for the participating securities 
based upon such anjilysis without any downward 
adjustments to reflect the fact the participating sec- 
urities do not form part of a controlling interest; 

"going private transaction" means an amalgamation, 
arrangement, consolidation or other transaction 
proposed to be carried out by an insider of an issuer 
as a consequence of which the interest of the holder 
of a participating security of the issuer in that sec- 
urity may be terminated without the consent of that 
holder and without the substitution therefor of an 
interest of equivalent value in a participating sec- 
urity of the issuer or of a successor to the business of 
that issuer or of another issuer that controls the issuer 
but does not include the acquisition of participating 
securities pursuant to a statutory right of acquisition; 

"insider" means, 

(a) every director or senior officer of an issuer, 

{b) every director or senior officer of a company 
that is itself an insider or subsidiary of an 
issuer, 

(c) any person or compemy who beneficially 
owns, directly or indirectly, voting securities 
of an issuer or who exercises control or direc- 
tion over voting securities of an issuer or a 
combination of both carrying more than 10 
per cent of the voting rights attached to all 
voting securities of the issuer for the time 
being outstanding other than voting secu- 
rities held by the person or company as 
underwriter in the course of a distribution, 
and 

(d) an issuer where it has purchased, redeemed 
or otherwise acquired any of its securities, for 
so long as it holds any of its securities; 

"insider bid" means a take-over bid made by an insider 
of the offeree issuer or by any associate or affiliate of 
an insider of an offeree issuer; 

"participating security" means a security that carries the 
right to participate in earnings to an unlimited degree 
including a security that by its terms is convertible 
into or exchangeable for or carries the right to purch- 
ase such a security; 



"prior valuation" means an existing independent apprai- 



sal or valuation or any material non-independent 
appraisal or valuation in respect to an issuer, its mat- 
erial assets or its securities. 

(2) Every take-over bid circular and issuer bid circu- 
lar to which this section applies shall contain, except 
where the offeror establishes to the Director's satisfac- 
tion that the offeror lacks access to information en- 
abling the offeror to comply with this subsection, and 
subject to any waiver or vsuiation consented to in writ- 
ing by the Director, 

(a) a summary of a formal valuation of the 
offeree issuer; 

ib) an outline of every prior valuation of the 
offeree issuer made within twenty-four 
months preceding the date of the take-over or 
issuer bid including a description of the 
source and circumstances under which it was 
made. 

(3) This section applies only to, 

(a) a take-over bid circular that is required by 
the Act in respect of an insider bid; 

(b) a take-over bid circular that is required by 
the Act where it is anticipated by the offeror 
that a going private transaction wiU follow 
the take-over bid; or 

(c) an issuer bid circular that is required by the 

Act. 



(4) Subject to subsection (5), a formal valuation refer- 
red to in clause (2) (a) shall be as of a date that is not 
more than 120 days before the date of the take-over bid 
or issuer tid and shall contain appropriate Jidjustments 
for material intervening events. 

(5) A formal valuation referred to in clause (2) (a) may 
be as of a date that is more than 120 days before the date 
of the take-over bid or issuer bid if it is accompanied by 
a letter addressed to the directors of the issuer confirm- 
ing that the valuer has no reasonable ground to believe 
that any intervening event has materially affected the 
value or range of values determined in such valuation 
or, if there has been such an event, describing it and 
stating the resultant change in the value or range of 
values in the valuation. 

(6) Where the Director is of the opinion that disclo- 
sure of information required by subsection (2) to be fur- 
nished to the holders of securities would cause a detri- 
ment to the offeree issuer or the security holders of the 
offeree issuer that would outweigh the benefit of the 
information to the prospective recipients, the Director 
may permit the omission of the information. 

(7) A formal valuation referred to in clause (2) (a) and 
a letter of confirmation, if any, referred to in subsection 
(5), shall be filed concurrently with the filing of the cir- 
cular in which reference to the valuation is made except 



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where the Director otherwise permits. O. Reg. 374/87, 
s. 3, part. 

164.— (1) For the purposes of Part XIX of the Act, 
"market price" of a class of securities, as to which there 
is a published market, at any date, is an amount equal to 
the simple average of the closing price of securities of 
that class for each of the business days on which there 
was a closing price falling not more than twenty business 
days before that date. 

(2) Where a published market does not provide a 
closing price, but provides only the highest and lowest 
prices of securities traded on a particular day, the mar- 
ket price of the securities, at any date, is £m 2unount 
equal to the average of the simple averages of the highest 
and lowest prices for each of the business days on which 
there were highest and lowest prices falling not more 
than twenty business days before that date. 

(3) Where there is more than one published market 
for a security-, the market price for the purposes of sub- 
Sections (1) and (2) shaU be determined as follows: 

1. If only one of the published markets is in 
Canada, the market price shall be deter- 
mined solely by reference to that market. 

2. If there is more than one published market in 
Canada, the market price shîdl be deter- 
mined solely by reference to the published 
market in Canada on which the greatest vol- 
ume of trading in the particular class of sec- 
urities occurred during the twenty business 
days preceding the date as of which the mar- 
ket price is being determined. 

3. If there is no published market in Canada, 
the market price shall be determined solely 
by reference to the pubUshed market on 
which the greatest volume of trading in the 
particular class of securities occurred during 
the twenty business days preceding the date 
as of which the market price is being deter- 
mined. 

(4) Where there has been trading of securities in a 
published market for fewer than ten of the twenty- busi- 
ness day-s preceding the date as of which the market 
ptice of the securities is being determined, the market 
|Mice shall be the average of the following prices estab- 
lished for each of the twenty- business days preceding 
that date, 

(a) the average of the bid and ask prices for each 
day on which there was no trading; and 

(6) the closing price of securities of the class for 
each day that there has been trading, if the 
published market pro\'ides a closing price; or 

(c) the average of the highest and lowest prices 
of securities of that class for each day that 
there has been trading, if the published mar- 
ket provides only the highest and lowest 



prices of securities traded on a particular 
day. 

(5) Notwithstanding subsection (1), (2), (3) or (4), for 
the purposes of clause 92 (1) (b) of the Act, where an 
I offeror acquires securities on a published market, the 
market price for those securities shall be the price of the 
last board lot of securities of that class purchased, before 
the acquisition by the offeror, by a person or company 
that was not acting jointly or in concert with the 
offeror. O. Reg. 374/87, s. 3, part. 

165. A take-over bid is exempt from sections 94 to 99 
of the Act for securities in respect of which there is no 
published market if, 

(a) purchases are made from not more than five 
persons or companies in the aggregate, 
including persons or companies outside of 
Ontario; and 

ib) the bid is not made generally to security hol- 
ders of the class of securities that is the sub- 
ject of the bid. O. Reg. 374/87, s. 3, part. 

166. — (1) Subsection 93 (2) of the Act is not applica- 
ble to an agreement between a security holder and an 
offeror to the effect that the security holder will tender 
the security- holder's securities to a formal take-over bid 
made by the offeror in accordance with the terms and 
conditions of the bid. 

(2) Subsection 93 (8) of the Act does not apply to pro- 
hibit the issue of securities by an issuer pursuant to a 
stock dividend plan, di\idend reinvestment plan, 
employees' stock purchase plan or other similar plan, 
notwithstanding that the issuer is making an issuer bid. 

(3) For the purpose of clause 93 (1) (c) of the Act, an 
associate of a security holder referred to in that clause 
does not include a person or company who is not acting 
joindy or in concert with the security- holder. O. Reg. 
374/87, s. 3, part. 

167. Subsection 93 (5) of the Act does not apply so as 
to affect the consideration offered or the number of sec- 
urities offered to be acquired under a formal take-over 
bid where the prior transaction was an acquisition pur- 
suant to a distribution as defined in subpara- 
graph (i) or (ii) of paragraph 11 of subsection 1 (1) of the 
Act. O. Reg. 374/87, s. 3, part. 

168. — (1) A notice of intention to make an issuer bid 
as required by clause 92 (3) (0 of the Act shall contain the 
information prescribed in Form 31. 

(2) A notice of intention referred to in subsection (1) 
shall be filed and a press release in respect thereof issued 
at least five days before the conmiencement of the issuer 
bid. O. Reg. 374/87, s. 3, part. 

169. A press release that is required by clause 93 (3) 
(c) of the Act shall disclose in respect of the class of 
securities subject to the bid and each class of securities 
convertible into securities of that class purchased 
through the facilities of the stock exchange. 



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(a) the name of the purchaser; 

(b) where the purchaser is a person or company 
referred to in clause 93 (1) (b) or (c) of the Act, 
the relationship of the purchaser and the 
offeror; 

(c) the number of securities purchased by the 
purchaser on that day; 

(d) the highest price paid for the securities by the 
purchaser on that day; 

(e) the aggregate number of securities purchased 
through the facilities of the stock exchange by 
the purchaser during the currency of the bid; 

(/) the average price paid for the securities that 
were purchased by the purchaser through the 
facilities of the stock exchange during the 
currency of the bid; and 

(g) the total number of securities owned by the 
purchaser as of the close of business of the 
stock exchange on that day. O. Reg. 
374/87, s. 3, part. 

170. A take-over bid circular shall contain the infor- 
mation prescribed in Form 32. O. Reg. 374/87, s. 3, 
part. 

171. An issuer bid circular shall contain the informa- 
tion prescribed in Form 33. O. Reg. 374/87, s. 3, part. 

172. A directors' circular shall contain the informa- 
tion prescribed in Form 34. O. Reg. 374/87, s. 3, part. 

173. A director's or officer's circular shall contain the 
information prescribed in Form 35. O. Reg. 

374/87, s. 3, part. 

174. A notice of change or variation in respect of a 
take-over bid or issuer bid as required by subsection 
97 (2) of the Act shall contain, 

(a) a description of the change in the information 
contained in the circular or of the variation in 
the terms of the take-over bid or the issuer 
bid, as the case may be; 

(b) the date of the change in the information 
contained in the circular or the variation in 
the terms of the bid; 

(c) the date up to which securities may be 
deposited; 

(d) the date by which securities deposited must 
be taken up by the offeror; and 

(e) the rights of withdrawal that are available to 
security holders, 

and shall include a certificate duly signed and in the 
form required under Form 32 in the case of a take-over 



bid or Form 33 in the case of an issuer bid, amended to 
refer to the initial circular and all notices of change or 
variation thereto. O. Reg. 374/87, s. 3, part. 

175. A notice of change in respect of the information 
contained in a directors' circular or a director's or offic- 
er's circular as required by subsection 98 (6) of the Act 
shall contain a description of the change in the informa- 
tion contained in the circular and shall include a certifi- 
cate, duly signed and in the form required under Form 
34 or 35, as the case may be, amended to refer to the 
initial directors' or director's or officer's circular and all 
notices of change thereto. O. Reg. 374/87, s. 3, part. 

175a. — (1) No variation in the terms of a bid may be 
made after the expiry of the deposit period, except the 
waiver by the offeror of a condition that is specifically 
stated in the bid as being waivable at the sole option of 
the offeror. 

(2) Section 97 of the Act does not apply so as to 
require a notice of variation with respect to a waiver 
referred to in subsection (1) after the deposit period 
where the consideration offered for the securities that are 
subject to the bid consists solely of cash, but a press 
release with respect to the waiver must be issued within 
five days after the deposit period. 

(3) In this section, "deposit f)eriod" means the 
jjeriod, including any extension, during which secu- 
rities may be deposited pursuant to the bid. O. Reg. 
374/87, s. 3, part. 

17 5b. The consent of every solicitor, auditor, 
accountant, engineer, appraiser or any other person or 
company whose profession or business gives authority to 
a statement made by such person or company to the use 
of a report, appraisal or statement of such person or 
company included in or accompanying a take-over bid 
circular, issuer bid circular, directors' circular, director's 
or officer's circular or any notice of change or variatiori 
to the foregoing, shall be filed with the Commis- 
sion. O. Reg. 374/87, s. 3, part. 

175c. — (1) A press release required under section 1(X) 
of the Act shall be authorized by a senior officer of the 
offeror and shall set out, in respect of the class of sec- 
urities subject to the bid and each class of voting or 
equity securities into which the securities of the class 
subject to the bid are convertible, 

(o) the name of the offeror; 

(b) the number of securifies over which the 
offeror and any person or company acting 
jointly or in concert with the offeror acquired 
ownership or control or direction as a result 
of the transaction or occurrence giving rise to 
the report; 

(c) the ownership of or control and direction by 
the offeror and any jjerson or company acting 
jointly or in concert with the offeror over the 
securities immediately after the transaction 
or occurrence giving rise to the report; 



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(d) the name of the market wherein the transac- 
tion or occurrence took place; 

(e) the purpose of the offeror and any person or 
company acting jointly or in concert with the 
offeror in effecting the transaction, including 
any future intention to increase the beneficial 
ownership, control or direction of the offeror 
and any person or company acting jointly or 
in concert with the offeror over securities of 
the offeree issuer; 

if) where applicable, a description of any 
change in any material fact set out in a previ- 
ous report under section 100 of the Act; and 

(g) the names of the persons or companies acting 
joindy or in concert with the offeror in con- 
nection with the disclosure required by clause 
(ft), (c) or tf). 

(2) A report required under section 100 of the 
Act shall be signed by the offeror and shall include 
the information that is required in subsection (1). 
O. Reg. 374/87, s. 3, part. 

I75d. A press release required under section 100a of 
the Act shall be authorized by a senior officer of the 
offeror and shall include in respect to the class of 
securities subject to the bid and each class of secu- 
rities into which the securities of the class are subject 
to the bid are convertible, 

ifl) the name of the offeror issuing the release; 

(6) the number of securities acquired by or over 
which the offeror and every person acting 
joindy or in concert with the offeror has 
acquired control or direction since the com- 
mencement of the bid; 

(c) the number of securities held by or over 
which the offeror and ever>- person acting 
joindy or in concert with the offeror exercised 
control or direction after the transaction or 
occurrence giving rise to the press release; 

(d) the market where the transaction or occur- 
rence took place; and 

(e) the purpose of the offeror and any person 
acting joindy or in concert with the offeror in 
effecting the transaction, including any 
future intention to increase the beneficial 
ownership, control or direction of the offeror 
and any person acting joindy or in concert 
with the offeror over securities of the offeree 
issuer. O. Reg. 374/87, s. 3, part. 

175e. Where an offeror and one or more persons or 
■•companies acting joindy or in concert with the offeror 
are required to file or issue a report or press release 
under section 100 or 100a of the Act, and where a report 
or press release filed or issued by the offeror discloses the 
information as to a person or company acting jointiy or 



in concert that is required by section 175c or I75d of the 
regulations, as the case may be, the person or company 
need not file a separate report or press release. O. Reg. 
374/87, s. 3, part. 

175^. — (1) Ever>- take-over bid circular, issuer bid 
circular, directors' circular and director's or officer's cir- 
cular and any notice of change or variation to any such 
circular, shall contain a statement of the rights provided 
by section 127 of the Act relating to that document. 

(2) ff the take-over bid or issuer bid is made in 
Ontario and in another province or territory of Canada, 
inclusion in a circular or notice of the following state- 
ment shall be deemed to be compliance with subsection 
(1): 

Securities legislation in certain of the provinces 
and territories of Canada provides security' hold- 
ers of the offeree issuer with, in addition to any 
other rights they may have at law, rights of rescis- 
sion or to damages, or both, if there is a misrep- 
resentation in a circular or notice that is required to 
be delivered to such security holders. However, 
such rights must be exercised within prescribed 
time Umits. Securit>- holders should refer to the 
appUcable provisions of the securities legislation of 
their province or territory- for particulars of those 
rights or consult with a lawyer. 

(3) If the take-over bid or issuer bid is made in 
Ontario only, inclusion in a circular or notice of the 
following statement shall be deemed to be compliance 
with subsection (1): 

Securities legislation in Ontario provides security 
holders of the offeree issuer with, in addition to any 
other rights they may have at law, rights of rescis- 
sion or to damages, or both, if there is a misrep- 
resentation in a circular or notice that b required to 
be delivered to such security holders. However, 
such rights must be exercised within prescribed 
time limits. Security' holders should refer to the 
appUcable provisions of Ontario securities legisla- 
tion for particulars of those rights or consult with a 
lawyer. O. Reg. 374/87, s. 3, part. 

17^. — (1) The information contained in a circular or 
notice required under Part XDC of the Act shaU be 
clearly presented and the statements made therein shall 
be div-ided into groups according to subject matter and 
the various groups of statements shaU be preceded by 
appropriate headings. 



(2) The order of items in the appropriate form need 
not be followed. 

(3) Where practical and appropriate, information in a 
circular or notice shall be presented in tabular form. 

(4) All amounts required in a circular or notice shall 
be stated in figures. 



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(5) Information required by more than one applicable 
item in the appropriate form need not be repeated. 

(6) No statement need be made in repense to any item 
in the appropriate form that is inapplicable and negative 
answers to any item may be omitted except where 
expressly required by the applicable form. 
O. Reg. 374/87, s. 3, part. 

I75h. Where the Director is satisfied upon evidence 
or submissions made to the Director that a chief execu- 



tive officer or chief financial officer is for adequate 
cause, not available to sign a certificate or notice 
required to be filed under Part XIX of the Act, the 
Director may permit the certificate or notice to be signed 
by another responsible officer or director 
O. Reg. 374/87, s. 3, part. 

175/. A circular or notice required under Part XIX oi 
the Act shall be filed in triplicate on the same date that it 
is first sent to security holders of the offeree. O. Reg. 

374/87, s. 3, part. 



4. The instructions to Form 23 of the said Regulation are amended by adding thereto the 
following: 

4. Subsection (3) of the Declaration, Certificate and Undertaking must be deleted if this Form is being used for 
the purposes of an exemption under section 16a of the Regulation. 

5. Forms 31, 32, 33, 34 and 35 of the said Regulation are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 



Form 31 

Securities Act 

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE AN ISSUER BID 



ITEM 1 Name of Issuer 

ITEM 2 Securities Sought 

State the class and number of securities or principal 
amount of debt securities sought. 

ITEM 3 Time Period 

State, where known, the dates on which the issuer bid 
will commence and close. 

ITEM U Method of Acquisition 

State the method by which the securities will be 
acquired. 

ITEM 5 Consideration Offered 

State the consideration to be offered. 

ITEM 6 Payment for Securities 

State the particulars of the method and time of 
payment of the consideration. 

ITEM 7 Reasons for Bid 

State the purpose and business reasons for the issuer 
bid. 



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ITEM 8 



ITEM 9 



ITEM 10 



ITEM 1 1 



ITEM 12 



Acceptance of Bid 

State the names of every director and every senior 
officer of the issuer who intends to accept the 
issuer bid and, where their intention to accept the 
bid is known after reasonable enquiry, state the 
names of, 

(a) every associate of every director and of senior 
officer of the issuer; 

(b) every person and every company holding 10 per 
cent or more of any class of equity securities of 
the issuer; and 

(c) every person and every company acting jointly or 
in concert with the issuer, 

who intends to accept the bid. 

Benefits from Bid 

State the direct or indirect benefits to any of the 
persons or companies named in item 8 of accepting or 
refusing to accept the issuer bid. 

Material Changes in the Affairs of Issuer 

Disclose the particulars of any plans or proposals 
for material changes in the affairs of the issuer, 
including for example, any contract or agreement 
under negotiation, any proposal to liquidate the 
issuer, to sell, lease or exchange all or a 
substantial part of its assets, to amalgamate it with 
any other business organization, or to make any 
material changes in its business, corporate structure 
(debt or equity), management or personnel. 

Signature 

This notice must be signed by a director or senior 
officer of the issuer duly authorized to sign. 



Date of Notice, 



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Form 32 

Securities Act 

TAKE-OVER BID CIRCULAR 

ITEM 1 Name of Offeror 

ITEM 2 Name of Offeree Issuer 

ITEM 3 Securities Subject to Bid 

State the class of securities that are the subject of 
the bid and a description of the rights of the 
holders of any other class of securities that have a 
right to participate in the offer. 

ITEM H Ownership of Securities of Offeree Issuer 

State the number, designation and percentage of 
outstanding securities of any class of securities of 
the offeree issuer owned or over which control or 
direction is exercised by the offeror and by each 
director and senior officer .of the offeror, and, 
where known after reasonable enquiry, by, 

(a) each associate of a director or senior officer of 
the offeror; 

(b) any person or company holding more than 10 per 
cent of any class of equity securities of the 
offeror; and 

(c) any person or company acting jointly or in 
concert with the offeror, 

or, in each case where none are so owned, directed or 
controlled, a statement to that effect. 

ITEM 5 Trading in Securities of Offeree Issuer 

State, where known after reasonable inquiry has been 
made, the number and designation of any securities of 
the offeree issuer traded by the persons or companies 
referred to in item H during the six-month period 
preceding the date of the take-over bid, including 
the purchase or sale price and the date of each such 
transaction. If no such securities were traded, so 
state. 

ITEM 6 Commitments to Acquire Securities of Offeree 
Issuer 

Disclose all commitments made by the offeror, and, 
where known after reasonable enquiry, by the persons 
and companies referred to in item 4 to acquire equity 
securities of the offeree issuer, and the terms and 
conditions of any such commitments. 



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ITEM 8 



ITEM 9 



ITEM 10 



ITEM 1 1 



ITEM 12 



Terms and Conditions Bid 

State the terms of the take-over bid. State where 
the obligation of the offeror to take up and pay for 
securities under the take-over bid is conditional, 
the particulars of each condition. 

Payment for Deposited Securities 

State the particulars of the method and time of 
payment of the cash or other consideration to be paid 
for the securities of the offeree issuer. 

Right to Withdraw Deposited Securities 

Describe the withdrawal rights of the security 
holders of the offeree issuer under the bid. State 
that notice of withdrawal of securities deposited 
must be given in a manner that provides the 
depositary designated under the bid with a written or 
printed copy and must be actually received by the 
depositary. 

Arrangements to Pay for Deposited Securities 

State the source of any funds to be used for payment 
and, if such funds are to be borrowed, the terms of 
the loan, the circumstances under which it must be 
repaid and the proposed method of repayment. 

Trading in the Securities to be Acquired 

State the principal market or markets for the 
securities of the offeree issuer sought to be 
acquired pursuant to the take-over bid and indicate 
any change in a principal market that is planned 
following the bid, including but not limited to 
listing or de-listing on a stock exchange. Furnish, 
where reasonably ascertainable, a summary showing in 
reasonable detail the volume of trading and price 
range of the securities in the six-month period 
preceding the date of the take-over bid. State the 
date that the take-over bid to which this circular 
relates was announced to the public and the market 
price of the securities immediately before such 
announcement. 



Arrangements 
and Officers 

State the pa 
made or prop 
any of the d 
offeree issu 
or other ben 
of compensât 
remaining in 
over bid is 



Between the 
of Offeree I 

rticulars of 
osed to be ma 
irectors or s 
er, including 
efit proposed 
ion for loss 
or retiring 
successful. 



Offeror and the Directors 
ssuer 

any arrangement or agreement 
de between the offeror and 
enior officers of the 
particulars of any payment 
to be made or given by way 
of office or as to their 
from office, if the take- 



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ITEM 14 



Material Changes in Affairs of Offeree Issuer 

State the particulars of any information known to the 
offeror that indicates any material change in the 
affairs of the offeree issuer since the date of the 
last published interim or annual financial statement 
of the offeree issuer. 

Valuation 

Where a valuation is provided pursuant to a legal 
requirement or otherwise, 

(a) include a summary of the valuation disclosing the 
basis of computation, scope of review, relevant 
factors and their values, and the key assumptions 
on which the valuation is based; and 

(b) advise where copies of the valuation are 
available for inspection and state that a copy of 
the valuation will be sent to any registered 
holder of securities of the offeree issuer sought 
to be acquired upon payment of a charge 
sufficient to cover copying and postage. 

ITEM 15 Securities of an Offeror or Other Issuer to be 
Exchanged for Securities of Offeree Issuer 

(1) Where a take-over bid provides that the 
consideration for the securities of the offeree 
issuer is to be, in whole or in part, securities 
of an offeror or other issuer, include the 
information prescribed by the form of prospectus 
appropriate for the offeror or issuer whose 
securities are being offered in exchange for the 
securities of the offeree issuer. 

(2) Where the form of prospectus so requires, include 
the financial statements of the offeror or other 
issuer required to be included in such 
prospectus, including, where the consideration is 
securities of the offeror, 



(a) 



pro 



forma balance sheet and income 



statement of the offeror giving effect to 
the exchange of securities as at the date of 
the most recent balance sheet of the offeror 
that is included in the circular based on 
the information in the most recent audited 
financial statements of the offeree issuer; 



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(b) a description of the basis of preparation of 
the pro forma financial statements; and 

(c) the basic and fully diluted earnings per 
share based on the pro forma financial 
statements. 

(3) State the particulars of any information known to 
the offeror that indicates any material change in 
the affairs of the offeror or other issuer since 
the date of the last published interim or annual 
financial statement of the offeror or other 
issuer. 

ITEM 16 Right of Appraisal and Acquisition 

State any rights of appraisal the security holders of 
the offeree issuer have under the laws governing the 
offeree issuer and state whether or not the offeror 
intends to exercise any right of acquisition the 
offeror may have. 

ITEM 17 Market Purchases of Securities 

State whether or not the offeror intends to purchase 
in the market securities that are the subject of the 
take-over bid. 

ITEM 18 Material Changes in the Affairs of Offeree Issuer 

Disclose the particulars of any plans or proposals of 
the offeror for material changes in the affairs of 
the offeree issuer, including for example, any 
proposal to liquidate the issuer, to sell, lease or 
exchange all or a substantial part of its assets, to 
amalgamate it with any other business organization or 
to make any material changes in its business, 
corporate structure (debt or equity), management or 
personnel. 

ITEM 19 Other Material Facts 
Describe any, 

(a) material facts concerning the securities of the 
offeree issuer; and 

(b) any other matter not disclosed in the foregoing 
that has not previously been generally disclosed 
and is known to the offeror but which would 
reasonably be expected to affect the decision of 
the security holders of the offeree issuer to 
accept or reject the offer. 

ITEM 20 Judicial Developments 

Where the take-over bid is an insider bid or where 
the offeror anticipates that a going private 



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transaction will follow the take-over bid, include 
reference to recent legal developments, if any, 
relating to the type of transaction or proposed 
transaction. 

Disclosure in Accordance with Form 33 

In the case of a take-over bid to which item 20 
applies, include the disclosure required by Form 33, 
appropriately modified. 



ITEM 22 Approval of Take-Over Bid Circular 

Where the take-over bid is made by or on behalf of an 
offeror that has directors as defined in the Act, 
state that the contents of the take-over bid circular 
have been approved by its board of directors and that 
the sending of the take-over bid circular to the 
security holders of the offeree issuer has been 
authorized by its board of directors. 

ITEM 23 Solicitations 

Disclose any person or company retained by or on 
behalf of the offeror to make solicitations in 
respect of the bid and the particulars of the 
compensation arrangements. 



ITEM 24 



ITEM 25 



Certificate 

Include a certificate in the following form signed, 
where the take-over bid is made by or on behalf of a 
person or company, other than an individual, by the 
chief executive officer, the chief financial officer 
and on behalf of the board of directors, by any two 
directors of the person or company other than the 
foregoing, all duly authorized to sign* and, where 
the take-over bid is made by or on behalf of an 
individual, by the individual: 

"The foregoing contains no untrue statement of a 
material fact and does not omit to state a 
material fact that is required to be stated or 
that is necessary to make a statement not 
misleading in the' light of the circumstances in 
which it was made." 

*Where the person or company has fewer than four 
directors and senior officers, the certificate 
must be signed by all of them. 



Date of Take-Over Bid Circular 



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Form 33 

Securities Act 



3663 



ISSUER BID CIRCULAR 



ITEM 1 Name of Issuer 

ITEM 2 Securities Sought 

State the class and number of securities or principal 
amount of debt securities sought. 

ITEM 3 Time Period 

State the dates on which the issuer bid will commence 
and close. 

ITEM 4 Method of Acquisiton 

State the method by which the securities will be 

acquired. 

Consideration Offered 

State the consideration to be offered. 

Payment for Deposited Securities 

State the particulars of the method and time of 
payment of the consideration. 

Right to Withdraw Deposited Securities 

Describe the rights to withdraw securities deposited 
pursuant to the bid. State that notice of withdrawal 
of securities deposited must be given in a manner 
that provides the depository designated under the bid 
with a written or printed copy and must be actually 
received by the depository. 

Source of Funds 

State the source of any funds to be used for payment 
and, if such funds are to be borrowed, the terms of 
the loan, the circumstances under which it must be 
repaid and the proposed method of repayment. 

Participation 

Where the issuer bid is for less than all of the 
outstanding securities of that class, state that if a 
greater number or principal amount of the securities 
are tendered than the issuer is bound or willing to 
take up and pay for, the issuer will take up as 
nearly as may be pro rata , disregarding fractions, 
according to the number or principal amount of the 
securities tendered. 



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ITEM 10 Reasons for Bid 

State the purpose and business reasons for the issuer 
bid, and if it is anticipated that the issuer bid 
will be followed by a going private transaction, 
describe the proposed transaction. 

ITEM 11 Trading in Securities to be Acquired 

Furnish, where reasonably ascertainable, a summary 
showing, 

(a) the name of each stock exchange or other 
principal market on which the securities sought 
are traded; 

(b) in reasonable detail for the twelve months 
preceding the date of the issuer bid, the volume 
of trading and price range of the class of the 
securities sought, or in the case of debt 
securities the prices quoted, on each principal 
market; and 

(c) the date that the issuer bid to which the 
circular relates was announced to the public and 
the market price of the securities of the issuer 
immediately before such announcement. 

Indicate any change in a principal market or markets 
that is planned following the bid. 

ITEM 12 Ownership of Securities of Issuer 

State the number, designation and the percentage of 
outstanding securities of any class of securities of 
the issuer owned or over which control or direction 
is exercised by each director and senior officer of 
the issuer, and, where known after reasonable 
enquiry, by, 

(a) each associate of a director or senior officer of 
the issuer; 

(b) any person or company holding more than 10 per 
cent of any class of equity securities of the 
issuer; and 

(c) any person or company acting jointly or in 
concert with the issuer, 

or, in each case where none are so owned, directed or 
controlled, a statement to that effect. 



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Comnitaents to Acquire Securities of Issuer 

Disclose all commitments made by the issuer and, 
where known after reasonable enquiry, by the persons 
and companies referred to in item 12, to acquire 
equity securities of the issuer, and the terms and 
conditions of any such commitments. 

ITEM 14 Acceptance of Bid 

Where known after reasonable inquiry, state the name 
of every person and company named in item 12 who 
proposes to tender or accept the issuer bid and the 
number of securities in respect of which the person 
or company proposes to accept the bid. 

ITEM 15 Benefits fron Bid 

State the direct or indirect benefits to any of the 
persons or companies named in item 12 of accepting or 
refusing to accept the issuer bid. 

ITEM 16 Material Changes in the Affairs of Issuer 

Disclose the particulars of any plans or proposals 
for material changes in the affairs of the issuer, 
including, for example, any contract or agreement 
under negotiation, any proposal to liquidate the 
issuer, to sell, lease or exchange all or a 
substantial part of its assets, to amalgamate it with 
any other business organization or to make any 
material changes in its business, corporate structure 
(debt or equity), management or personnel. 

ITEM 17 Other Benefits to Insiders, Affiliates and Associates 

If any material changes or subsequent transactions 
are contemplated, as described in item 10 or 16, 
state if known, any specific benefit, direct or 
indirect, as a result of such changes or transactions 
to any of the persons or companies named in item 12. 

ITEM 18 Arrangements Between Issuer and Security Holder 

Provide the details of any contract, arrangement or 
understanding, formal or informal, between the issuer 
and, 

(a) any security holder of the issuer with respect to 
the issuer bid; and 

(b) any person or company with respect to any 
securities of the issuer in relation to the 
issuer bid. 



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Previous Purchases and Sales 

State the number and designation of any securities of 
the issuer purchased or sold by the issuer excluding 
securities purchased or sold pursuant to the exercise 
of employee stock options, warrants and conversion 
rights during the twelve months preceding the date of 
the issuer bid including the purchase or sale price, 
the date and purpose of each transaction. 



ITEM 20 Financial Statements 

(1) If the most recently available interim financial 
statements have not been delivered to security 
holders of the issuer, include the interim 
financial statements. If interim financial 
statements are not included, include a statement 
that the most recent interim financial statements 
will be sent without charge to anyone requesting 
them. 

(2) Where interim financial statements are included, 
include a report of the chief financial officer 
of the offeree issuer, stating whether in the 
opinion of the chief financial officer, the 
financial statements present fairly the financial 

position of the offeree issuer and the results of 
its operations for the period under review. 

ITEM 21 Valuation 

Where a valuation is provided pursuant to a legal 
requirement or otherwise, 

(a) include a summary of the valuation disclosing the 
basis of computation, scope of review, relevant 
factors and their values, and the key assumptions 
on which the valuation is based; and 

(b) advise where copies of the valuation are 
available for inspection and state that a copy of 
the valuation will be sent to any registered 
security holder upon payment of a nominal charge 
sufficient to cover printing and postage. 

ITEM 22 Securities of Issuer to be Exchanged for Others 

Where an issuer bid provides that the consideration 
for the securities of the issuer is to be, in whole 
or in part, different securities of an issuer, 
include the information prescribed for the form of 
prospectus appropriate for the issuer. 



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Approval of Bid 

State that the issuer bid circular has been approved 
by the issuer's board of directors, disclosing the 
name of any director of the issuer who has informed 
the board of directors in writing of his opposition 
to the issuer bid. 

Where the issuer bid is part of a transaction or to 
be followed by a transaction required to be approved 
by minority security holders, state the nature of the 
approval required. 

ITEM 2H Previous Distribution 

If the securities of the class subject to the issuer 
bid were distributed during the five years preceding 
the bid, state the distribution price per share and 
the aggregate proceeds received by the issuer or 
selling security holder. 

ITEM 25 Dividend Policy 

State the frequency and amount of dividends with 
respect to shares of the issuer during the two years 
preceding the date of the issuer bid, any 
restrictions on the issuer's ability to pay dividends 
and any plan or intention to declare a dividend or to 
alter the dividend policy of the issuer. 

ITEM 26 Tax Consequences 

Provide a general dscription of the consequences of 
the issuer bid under the Income Tax Act (Canada) to 
the issuer and to the security holders of any class 
affected. 

ITEM 27 Expenses of Bid 

Provide a statement of the expenses incurred or to be 
incurred in connection with the issuer bid. 

ITEM 28 Judicial Developments 

Include reference to recent legal developments if 
any, relating to the type of transaction or proposed 
transaction. 



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Other Material Facts 

Describe any, 



(a) material facts concerning the securities of 
the issuer; and 

(b) any other matter not disclosed in the 
foregoing that has not previously been 
generally disclosed and is known to the 
issuer but which would reasonably be expected 
to affect the decision of the security 
holders of the issuer to accept or reject the 
offer. 

ITEM 30 Solicitations 

Disclose any person or company retained by or on 
behalf of the issuer to make solicitations in respect 
of the bid and the particulars of the compensation 
arrangements. 

ITEM 31 Certificate 

Include a certificate in the following form signed by 
the chief executive officer and the chief financial 
officer of the issuer, and on behalf of the board of 
directors, by any two directors of the issuer other 
than the foregoing, all duly authorized to sign*. 

"The foregoing contains no untrue statement of a 
material fact and does not omit to state a 
material fact that is required to be stated or 
that is necessary to make a statement not 
misleading in the light of the circumstances in 
which it was made." 

*Where the issuer has fewer than four directors 
and senior officers, the certificate must be 
signed by all of them. 



ITEM 32 Date of Issuer Bid Circular. 



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Form 34 

Securities Act 

DIRECTORS» CIRCULAR 



3669 



ITEM 1 Name of Offeror 

ITEM 2 Name of Offeree Issuer 

ITEM 3 Names of Directors of the Offeree Issuer 

ITEM 4 Ownership of Securities of Offeree Issuer 

State the number, designation and the percentage of 
outstanding securities of any class of securities of 
the issuer owned or over which control or direction 
is exercised by each director or senior officer of 
the issuer, and, where known after reasonable 
enquiry, by, 

(a) each associate of a director or senior officer of 
the issuer; 

(b) any person or company holding more than 10 per 
cent of any class of equity securities of the 
issuer; and 

(c) any person or company acting jointly or in 
concert with the issuer, 

or, in each case where none are so owned, directed or 
controlled, a statement to that effect. 

ITEM 5 Acceptance of Take-Over Bid 

Where known after reasonable enquiry, state the name 
of every person or company named in item 4 who has 
accepted or intends to accept the offer and the 
number of securities in respect of which such person 
or company has accepted or intends to accept the 
offer. 



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ITEM 7 



ITEM 8 



ITEM 9 



Ownership of Securities of Offeror 

Where a take-over bid is made by or on behalf of an 
offeror that is an issuer, state the member, 
designation and percentage of outstanding securities 
of the class of any class of securities of the 
offeror owned or over which control or direction is 
exercised by the offeree issuer, by each director and 
senior officer of the offeree issuer, and, where 
known after reasonable enquiry, by, 

(a) each associate of a director or senior officer of 
the offeree issuer; 

(b) any person or company holding more than 10 per 
cent of any class of equity securities of the 
offeree issuer; and 

(c) any person or company acting jointly or in 
concert with the offeree issuer, 

or, in each case where none are so owned, directed or 
controlled, a statement to that effect. 

Relationship Between the Offeror and the Directors 
and Senior Officers of the Offeree Issuer 

State the particulars of any arrangement or agreement 

made or proposed to be made between the offeror and 
any of the directors or senior officers of the 

offeree issuer, including particulars of any payment 
or other benefit proposed to be made or given by way 
of compensation for loss of office or as to their 
remaining in or retiring from office if the take-over 
bid is successful. State also, whether any directors 
or senior officers of the offeree issuer are also 
directors or senior officers of the offeror or any 
subsidiary of the offeror and identify such persons. 

Agreement Between Offeree Issuer and Officers and 
Directors 

State the particulars of any arrangement or agreement 
made or proposed to be made between the offeree 
issuer and any of the directors or senior officers of 
the offeree issuer pursuant to which a payment or 
other benefit is to be made or given by way of 
compensation for loss of office or as to their 
remaining in or retiring from office if the take-over 
bid is successful. 

Interests of Directors and Senior Officers of the 
Offeree Issuer in Material Contracts of the Offeror 

State whether any director or senior officer of the 
offeree issuer and their associates and, where known 
to the directors or senior officers after reasonable 



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inquiry, whether any persons or company who owns more 
than 10 per cent of any class of equity securities of 
the offeree issuer for the time being outstanding has 
any interest in any material contract to which the 
offeror is a party, and if so, state particulars of 
the nature and extent of such interest. 

ITEM 10 Trading by Directors and Officers 

(1) State the number of securities of the offeree 
issuer traded, the purchase or sale price and the 
date of each transaction during the six month 
period preceding the date of the directors' 
circular by the offeree issuer and each director 
and senior officer of the offeree issuer, and, 
where known after reasonable enquiry, by, 

(a) each associate of a director or senior 
officer of the offeree issuer; 

(b) any person or company holding more than 10 
per cent of a class of equity securities of 
the offeree issuer; and 

(c) any person or company acting jointly or in 
concert with the offeree issuer. 

(2) Disclose the number and price of securities of 
the offeree issuer of the class of securities 
subject to the bid or convertible into securities 
of that class that have been issued to the 
directors and senior officers of the issuer 
during the two-year period preceding the date of 
the circular. 

ITEM 11 Additional Information 

If any information required to be disclosed by the 
take-over bid circular prepared by the offeror has 
been presented incorrectly or is misleading, supply 
any additional information within the knowledge of 
the offeree issuer which would make the information 
in the circular correct or not misleading. 

ITEM 12 Material Changes In the Affairs of Offeree Issuer 

State the particulars of any- information known to any 
of the directors or senior officers of the offeree 
issuer that indicate any material change in the 
affairs of the offeree issuer since the date of the 
last published interim or annual financial statement 
of the offeree issuer. 



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3672 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 374/87 

ITEM 13 Other Information 

State the particulars of any other information not 
disclosed in the foregoing but known to the directors 
which would reasonably be expected to affect the 
decision of the security holders of the offeree 
issuer to accept or reject the offer. 

ITEM ^H Recommending Acceptance or Rejection of Bid 

Include either a recommendation to accept or reject 
the take-over bid and the reasons for such 
recommendation or a statement that the board of 
directors is unable to make or is not making a 
recommendation and if no recommendation is made, the 
reasons for not making a recomendation. Where a 
board of directors of an offeree issuer is 
considering recommending acceptance or rejection of a 
take-over bid at the time of sending a directors' 
circular, state that fact and, if desired, advise the 
security holders of the offeree issuer not to tender 
their securities until a further communication is 
received from the directors. 

ITEM 15 Response of Offeree Issuer 

(1) Describe any transaction, board resolution, 
agreement in principle or signed contract of the 
offeree issuer in response to the bid. 

(2) Disclose whether there are any negotiations 
underway in response to the bid which relate to 
or would result in, 

(a) an extraordinary transaction such as a 
merger or reorganization involving the 
offeree issuer or a subsidiary; 

(b) the purchase, sale or transfer of a material 
amount of assets by the offeree issuer or a 
subsidiary; 

(c) an issuer bid for or other acquisition of 
securities by or of the offeree issuer; or 

(d) any material change in the present 
capitalization or dividend policy of the 
offeree issuer. 

If there is an agreement in principle, give full 
particulars. 



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ITEM 16 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3673 



Approval of Directors' Circular 

State that the contents of the directors' circular 
have been approved by the directors of the offeree 
issuer and that the delivery of the directors' 
circular has been authorized by the directors of the 
offeree issuer. 



ITEM 17 Financial Statements 

Where unaudited financial statements of the offeree 
issuer are included in a directors' circular, include 
a report of the chief financial officer of the 
offeree issuer, stating whether in his opinion the 
financial statements present fairly the financial 
position of the offeree issuer and the results of its 
operations for the period under review. 

ITEM 18 Certificate 

Include a certificate in the following form signed by 
two directors of the issuer, duly authorized to sign 
on behalf of the board: 

"The foregoing contains no untrue statement of a 
material fact and does not omit to state a 
material fact that is required to be stated or 
that is necessary to make a statement not 
misleading in the light of the circumstances in 
which it was made." 



Date of Directors' Circular. 



O. Reg. 374/87, s. S,part. 



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3674 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Form 35 

Securities Act 

DIRECTOR'S OR OFFICER'S CIRCULAR 



O. Reg. 374/87 



ITEM 1 Name of Offeror 

ITEM 2 Name of Offeree Issuer 

ITEM 3 Names of Director or Officer of Offeree Issuer 

ITEM 4 Ownership of Securities of Offeree Issuer 

State the number, designation and percentage of 
outstanding securities of any securities of the 
offeree issuer owned or over which control or 
direction is exercised by the director or officer 
and, where known after reasonable enquiry, by the 
associates of the director or officer or, in each 
case where none is so owned, a statement to that 
effect. 

ITEM 5 Acceptance of Bid by Director or Officer 

State whether the director or officer of the offeree 
issuer and whether any associate of such director or 
officer whose acceptance is known to the director or 
officer, after reasonable enquiry, has accepted or 
intends to accept the offer in respect of any 
securities of the offeree issuer sought to be 
acquired^and state the number of the securities in 
respect of which the director or officer, or where 
known, any associate, has accepted or intends to 
accept the offer. 

ITEM 6 Securities of Offeror Owned by Director or Officer 

Where a take-over bid is made by or on behalf of an 
issuer, state the number, designation and percentage 
of outstanding securities of any securities of the 
offeror owned or over which control or direction is 
exercised by the director or officer, or, where known 
after reasonable inquiry, by the associates of such 
director or officer. 

ITEM 7 Arrangements between Offeror and Director or Officer 

State the particulars of any arrangement or agreement 
made or proposed to be made between the offeror and 
the director or officer, including particulars of any 
payment or other benefit proposed to be made or given 
by way of compensation for loss of office or as to 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3675 



the director's or officer's remaining in or retiring 
from office if the take-over bid is successful. 
State whether the director or officer is also a 
director or senior officer of the offeror or any 
subsidiary of the offeror. 

ITEM 8 Arrangements between Offeree Issuer and Director or 
Officer 

State the particulars of any arrangement or agreement 
made or proposed to be made between the offeree 
issuer and the director or officer pursuant to which 
a payment or other benefit is to be made or given by 
way of compensation for loss of office or as to his 
or her remaining in or retiring from office if the 
take-over bid is successful. 

ITEM 9 Interests of Director or Officer in Material 
Contracts of Offeror 

State whether or not the director or officer or the 
associates of the director or officer have any 
interest in any material contract to which the 
offeror is a party, and if so, particulars of the 
nature and extent of such interest. 

ITEM 10 Additional Inforaation 

If any information required to be disclosed by the 
take-over bid circular prepared by the offeror has 
been presented incorrectly or is misleading, supply 
any additional information within the knowledge of 
the director or officer which would make the 
information in the circular correct or not 
misleading. 

ITEM 11 Material Changes In the Affairs of Offeree Issuer 

State the particulars of any information known to the 
director or officer that indicates any material 
change in the affairs of the offeree issuer since the 
date of the last published interim or annual 
financial statement of the offeree issuer and not 
previously generally publicly disclosed or in the 
opinion of the director or officer not adequately 
disclosed in the take-over bid circular or directors* 
circular. 

ITEM 12 Other Information 

State the particulars of any other information not 
disclosed in the foregoing but known to the director 
or officer which would reasonably be expected to 
affect the decision of the security holders of the 
offeree issuer to accept or reject the offer. 



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O. Reg. 376/87 



ITEM 13 Recommendation 

State the recommendation of the director or officer 
and the reasons for the recommendation. 

ITEM ^H Certificate 

Include a certificate in the following form signed by' 
or on behalf of each director or officer sending the 
circular. 

"The foregoing contains no untrue statement of a 
material fact and does not omit to state a 
material fact that is required to be stated or 
that is necessary to make a statement not 
misleading in the light of the circumstances in 
which it was made." 

ITEM 15 Date of Director's or Officer's Circular. 



(21. SO) 



O. Reg. 374/87, s. 5, part. 
28 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 375/87. 

Extending Term of Validity of 

Driver's Licence. 
Made— June 2Sth, 1987. 
Filed— June 26th, 1987. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

EXTENDING TERM OF VALIDITY 
OF DRIVER'S LICENCE 

1. The term of validity of every driver's licence, other 
than a Class L or R driver's licence, that, other than by 
operation of this Regulation, would expire on or after the 
day this Regulation comes into force is extended for 
three months after the expiry date shown on the 
licence. O. Reg. 375/87, s. 1. 



(2131) 



28 



MUNICIPAL BOUNDARY NEGOTIATIONS 
ACT, 1981 



O. Reg. 376/87. 

Town of Penetanguishene, 

Tiny Boundary. 
Made— June 2Sth, 1987. 
Filed— June 26th, 1987. 



Township of 



ORDER IN COUNCIL 



R.O.C. 283/87 

1464 



Whereas The Corporation of the Town of Penetan- 
guishene and The Corporation of the Township of Tiny 
have entered into an agreement dated the 30th day of 
March, 1987 for the resolution of certain boundary 
issues; 

And Whereas public notice was given by the Clerk 
of the Executive Council under subsection 17 (1) of the 
Municipal Boundary Negotiations Act, 1981 of the 
intention to make an Order implementing the inter- 
municipal agreement; 

And Whereas no objections to the proposed issuance 
of the Order were filed with the Clerk of the Executiv e 
Council within the filing period; 

Now Therefore, on the recommendation of the 
undersigned, the Lieutenant Governor, by and with the 
advice and concurrence of the Executive Council, orders 
under section 14 of the Municipal Boundary Negotia- 
tions Act, 1981 that, 

1. On the 1st day of July, 1987, the portion of the 
Township of Tiny described in the Schedule is annexed 
to the Town of Penetanguishene. 

2. All real property of The Corporation of the 
Township of Tiny situated in the annexed area vests in 
The Corporation of the Town of Penetanguishene on the 
1st day of July, 1987. 

3. On the 1st day of July, 1987, the by-laws of The 
Corporation of the Town of Penetanguishene extend to 
the annexed area and the by-laws of The Corporation of 
the Township of Tiny cease to apply to such area, 
except, 



(a) by-laws of The Corporation of the Township 
of Tiny, 



I 



O. Reg. 376/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3677 



(i) that were passed under section 34 or 
41 of the Planning Act, 1983 or a pre- 
decessor of those sections, 

(ii) that were kept in force by subsection 
13 (3) of The Municipal Amendment 
Act, 1941, or 

(iii) that were passed under the Highway 
Trcffic Act or the Municipal Act that 
regulate the use of highways by vehi- 
cles and pedestrians and that regulate 
the encroachment or projection of 
buildings or any portion thereof upon 
or over highways, 

which shall remain in force until repealed by 
the council of The Corporation of the Town 
of Penetanguishene; 

(b) by-laws of The Corporation of the Township 
of Tiny passed under sections 45, 58 or 61 of 
the Drainage Act or a predecessor of those 
sections; and 

(c) by-laws conferring rights, privileges, fran- 
chises, immunities or exemptions that could 
not have been lawfully repealed by the coun- 
cil of The Corporation of the Township of 
Tiny. 

4. The clerk of The Corporation of the Township of 
Tiny shall forthwith prepare and furnish to the clerk of 
The Corporation of the Town of Penetanguishene a spe- 
cial collector's roll showing all arrears of taxes or special 
rates assessed against the lands in the annexed area up to 
and including the 30th day of June, 1987 and the persons 
assessed therefor. 

S. — (1) All real property taxes levied under any gen- 
eral or special Act and uncollected in the annexed area 
that are due and unpaid on the 1st day of July, 1987 shall 
be deemed on that date to be taxes due and pay- 
able to The Corporation of the Town of Pfenetang- 
uishene and may be collected by The Corporation of the 
Town of Penetanguishene. 

(2) On or before the 1st day of October, 1987, The 
Corporation of the Town of Penetanguishene shall pay 
to The Corporation of the Township of Tiny an amount 
equal to the amount of all real property taxes that The 
Corporation of the Township of Tiny is entitled to col- 
lect in the annexed area under subsection (1), that were 
due but unpaid on the 1st day of July, 1987. 

6. All business taxes levied and uncollected in the 
annexed area that are due and unpaid on the 30th day of 
June, 1987 shall continue after that date to be taxes due 
and payable to The Corporation of the Township of 
Tiny and may be collected by The Corporation of the 
Township of Tiny. 



7. — (1) The assessment of land in the annexed area 
iqx>n which the taxes after the 30th day of June, 1987 
shall be levied shall be determined by the Assessment 

1465 



Commissioner in accordance with the classes of real 
property and the factors prescribed for The Corporation 
of the Town of Penetanguishene by regulations made 
under the Assessment Act. 

(2) Where the Assessment Commissioner makes an 
assessment in accordance with subsection (1), section 34 
of the Assessment Act apphes to the assessment. 

8. The Corporation of the Town of Penetang- 
uishene shall transfer its ownership of the lîuid shown as 
Part 1 on a Han deposited in the Land Registr>- Office in 
the Registr>' Division of Simcoe (No. 51) as 51R-9204 to 
The Corporation of the Township of Tiny on or before 
the 1st day of November, 1987 as compensation for the 
annexation. 

9. The agreement between The Corporation of the 
Town of Penetanguishene and The Corporation of the 
Township of Tiny entered into on the 30th day of 
March, 1987 is hereby given effect. O. Reg. 376/87. 



Reconunended 



Concurred 



Bernard Graxdvlaitre 

Minister of Municipal 

Affairs 

J.\MES Bradley 
Chairman 



Approved and Ordered June 25th, 1987. 



Lincoln M. Alexander 
Lieutenant Governor 



SCHEDULE 

AREA TO BE ANNEXED TO THE 
TOWN OF PENETANGUISHENE 

That part of the Township of Tiny described as 
follows: 



Beginning at the intersection of the northerly 
boundar>- of the Town of Penetanguishene 
and the easterly limit of Champlain Road; 

Thence northeriy along the easterly limit of 
Champlain Road to the southwesterly angle 
of Part 1 as shown on a Plan deposited in the 
Land Registry Office for the Registr>' Divi- 
sion of Simcoe (No. 51) as 51R-9204; 

Thence easterly along the southeriy limit of 
the said Part 1 to the southwesterly angle of 
Part 14 as shown on the said Plan; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of 
the said Part 14 to the northwesterly angle of 
the said Part; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of 
the said Part 40.23 metres to the southwes- 
terly high water mark of Penetanguishene 
Bay; 



3678 O. Reg. 376/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 378/87 



(2132) 



Thence southeasterly along the said south- 
westerly high water mark to the northerly 
boundan,' of the Town of Penetanguishene; 

Thence westerly along the northerly bound- 
any- of the said Town 359.84 metres to the 
place of beginning. O. Reg. 376/87, Sched. 



28 



HISTORICAL PARKS ACT 

O. Reg. 377/87. 
Historical Parks — Fees. 
Made— June 25th, 1987. 
Filed— June 26th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 262/87 

MADE UNDER THE 

HISTORICAL PARKS ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 262/87 is amended by adding thereto the following section: 

6. The fees set out in this Regulation shall not be imposed or collected in respect of an event or from any 
member of a group designated by the Minister as part of a special promotion. O. Reg. 377/87, s. 1. 

(2132) 



RENTAL HOUSING PROTECTION ACT 

1986 

O. Reg. 378/87. 

General. 

Made— June 2Sth, 1987. 

Filed— June 26th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 434/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

RENTAL HOUSING PROTECTION 

ACT, 1986 

1. Schedule 2 to Ontario Regulation 
434/86 is amended by adding thereto 
the following paragraph: 

6 18. The land in the City of Toronto in The 
Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto known 
municipally as 47 St. Clair Avenue West and 
being part of Lot 2 according to a plan regis- 
tered in the Land Registry- Office for the Regis- 
try Division of Toronto (No. 63) as Plan 846, 
and part of Block B according to a plan regis- 
tered in the said Land Registry Office as Plan 
1435 and being described as follows: 



Premising that all bearings herein are 
astronomic and are referred to the south- 
erly limit of St. Clair Avenue West as 
shown on a plan deposited in the Land 
Registry Office for the Land Titles Divi- 
sion of Metropolitan Toronto (No. 66) as 
Plan 66R-14814 having a bearing of 
north 74° 20' 25" east; 

Commencing at a point in the easterly 
limit of Block B according to the said 
Plan 1435 distant 44.503 metres mea- 
sured on a course south 16° 51' 50" east 
therealong from its intersection with the 
southerly limit of St. Clair Avenue West 
as widened by By-law 5761 registered in 
the Land Registry Office for the Registry 
Division of Toronto as Instrument 
243845, which said point of intersection 
is distant 3.048 metres measured south- 
erly along the easterly limit of Block B 
from the northeasterly angle thereof; 



Thence south 73° 11' 50" west, 
metres to a point; 



6.28 



Thence north 16° 48' 20" west, 0.11 
metres to the southeasterly corner of a 
seven storey brick apartment building 
situate on the lands to the north of the 
herein described lands; 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 379/87 3679 



Thence along the southerly face of waU 
of the said brick apartment building, the 
following courses: 

South 73° 11' 5Cr west, 3.39 metres; 
South 16° 48' 2Cr east, 0. 1 1 metres; 
South 73° 11' SCr west, 8.38 metres; 
North 16° 48' 2(f west, 0. 1 1 metres; 

South 73° ir 5(f west, 3.47 metres, 

to the southwesterly comer of the said 
brick wall of apartment building; 

Thence south 16° 50' 40* east, 0.11 
metres; 

Thence south 73° 11' 5(f west, 5.91 
metres; 

Thence south 16° 51' 05" east, 57.006 
metres to the southerly limit of the said 
Lot 2 according to Plan 846; 

Thence north 74° 20' 25" east along the 
southerly limit of Lot 2 and continuing 
along the southerly limit of Block B, 
27.432 metres to the southeast angle of 
Block B; 

Thence north 16° 51' 05" west along the 
easterly limit of Block B. 57.553 metres 
to the point of commencement. 

Together with a right-of-way upon part 
of the said Lot 2 described as follows: 

Commencing at a point in the southerly 
limit of St. Clair Avenue West, widened 
as aforesaid, distant 27.432 metres mea- 
sured on a course south 74° 20' 25" west 
therealong from the easterly limit of 
Block B according to Registered Han 
1435; 

Thence south 16° 51' 05" east, 45.050 
metres; 

Thence north 73° 11' 50^ east, 5.91 
metres to a point in the southerly pro- 
duction of the westeriy wall of a seven 
storey brick apartment building situate 
northerly of the lands hereinbefore 
described; 

Thence north 16° 50' 40" west to and 
along the westerly wall of the said 
apartment building and its production 
northerly 44.93 metres to the said south- 
erly limit of St. Clair Avenue West; 

Thence south 74° 20' 25" west along the 
said southerly limit of St. Clair Avenue 



(2134) 



West, 5.92 metres to the point of com- 
mencement. 



28 



FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 

O. Reg. 379/87. 

General. 

Made— June 25th, 1987. 

Filed— June 26th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 318 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 

1. Subparagraph ii of paragraph 12 of 
subsection 12 (3) of Regulation 318 of 
Re\ised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as remade by subsection 1 (3) of 
Ontario Regulation 740/86, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefon 

ii. "special needs minimum" means, 

A. $149, where the appUcant or 
recipient is a single person or a 
married person and only one 
spouse is a blind person, a dis- 
abled person or a person refer- 
red to in subsection 2 (5) or (6), 
or 

B. $298, where the appUcant or 
recipient is a married person 
and both spouses are blind per- 
sons, disabled persons or per- 
sons referred to in subsection 
2 (5) or (6). 

2. — (1) Subsection 30 (3) of the said Reg- 
ulation, as remade by subsection 3(1) 
of Ontario Regulation 740/86, is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefon 

(3) For the purposes of clause (2) (a), the amoimt shall 



be. 



(a) $469, where the applicant or recipient is a 
single person; 

(b) $716, where the appUcant or recipient is a 
married person and only one spouse is a blind 
person, a disabled person or a person referred 
to in subsection 2 (5) or (6); or 



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O. Reg. 379/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 380/87 



(c) $938, where the appHcant or recipient is a 
married person and both spouses are, 

(i) blind or disabled persons, or 

(ii) persons referred to in subsection 2 (S) 
or (6), 

and, where the applicant or recipient has one or more 
dependent children, in addition an amount determined 
in accordance with Schedule D. O. Reg. 379/87, 
s. 2 (1). 

(2) Subsection 30 (5) of the said Regula- 
tion, as remade by subsection 3 (2) of 
Ontario Regulation 740/86, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 



(5) For the purposes of clause (4) (a), the amount shall 



be, 



(a) $508, where the applicant or recipient is a 
single person; 

(6) $779, where the applicant or recipient is a 
married person and only one spouse is a blind 
person, a disabled person or a person referred 
to in subsection 2 (5) or (6); or 

(c) $1,016, where the applicant or recipient is a 
married person and both spouses are, 

(i) blind or disabled persons, or 

(ii) persons referred to in subsection 2 (5) 
or (6), 

and, where the applicant or recipient has one or more 
dependent children, in addition an amount determined 
in accordance with Schedule E. O. Reg. 379/87, 
s. 2 (2). 



(213S) 



28 



FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 

O. Reg. 380/87. 

General. 

Made— June 25th, 1987. 

Filed— June 26th, 1987. 



1. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 318 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 

— (1) Clause 12 (5) (f) of Regulation 
318 of Revised Regulations of 



Ontario, 1980, as remade by subsec- 
tion 1 (2) of Ontario Regulation 706/ 
84, is amended by striking out "$77" 
in the second line and inserting in lieu 
thereof "$100". 

(2) Clause 12 (5) (g) of the said Regula- 
tion, as made by subsection 1 (3) of 
Ontario Regulation 498/84, is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(g) where the applicant or recipient is sixty-five 
years of age or older, an additional amount 
of $12. 

(3) Clause 12 (8) (e) of the said Regula- 
tion, as remade by subsection 1 (3) of 
Ontario Regulation 706/84, is 
amended by striking out "$77" in the 
second line and inserting in lieu 
thereof "$100". 

(4) Clause 12 (8) (/) of the said Régula- 
tion, as remade by subsection 1 (5) of 
Ontario Regulation 498/84, is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(/) an additional amount of $12 where the 
applicant or recipient is sixty-five years of 
age or older; and 

(5) Clause 12 (9) (c) of the said Regula- 
tion, as remade by subsection 1 (4) of 
Ontario Regulation 706/84, is 
amended by striking out "$77" in the 
third line and inserting in lieu thereof 
"$100". 

(6) Clause 12 (9) (d) of the said Regula- 
tion, as made by subsection 1 (6) of 
Ontario Regulation 498/84, is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(d) where the applicant or the recipient is sixty- 
five years of age or older, an additional 
amount of $12. 

2. —(1) Clause 34 (2) id) of the said 
Regulation, as remade by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 706/84, is 
amended by striking out "$77" in the 
second line and inserting in lieu 
thereof "$100". 

(2) Clause 34 (2) (e) of the said Regula- 
tion, as made by section 2 of Ontario 



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Reg. 380/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 382/87 3681 



Regulation 498/84, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefon 

(e) where the person is sixt>-five years of age or 
older, an additional amount of S12. 

(2136) 28 



GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 381/87. 

General. 

Made — ^June 25th. I'>s7. 

Filed— June 26th, 19.v:. 



REGULATIOiN TO AMEND 

REGULATION 441 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE 

ACT 



1, Paragraph 25 of subsection 13 (2) of 
Regulation 441 of Revised R^ulations 
of Ontario, 1980, as remade by section 
3 of Ontario Regulation 824/84, is 
amended by, 

(«) striking out "$77" in the fifth 
line and inserting in lieu thereof 
"$100"; and 

(*) striking out "$35" in the 
seventh line and inserting in 
lieu thereof "$12". 

2. Subsection 15 (4fl) of the said Regula- 
tion, as made by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 495/84, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefon 

(4a) Where a person is sixt>-five \^ars of age or older, 
the amount of $12 shall be considered to be part of the 
person's budgetar>- requirements referred to in subsec- 
tion (1). O. Reg. 381/87, s. 2. 



3. Item 19 of Schedule E to the said R^uladon, as made by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 226/87, is revoked and the following substituted therefon 



19. From and including the 1st day of May, 
1987, up to and including the 30th day of 
June, 1987 

20. From and including the 1st day of Jufy, 1987 
(2137) 

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 382/87. 

General. 

Made— June 25th 1987. 

Filed— June 26th, 1987. 



$20.60 



$20.60 



48.48 



48.48 



77.00 



100.00 



41.25 



41.25 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 95 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 

L— (1) Qause 31 (3) (a) of Regulation 95 
of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980 is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefon 



(a) the amount determined each month by the 
Minister and received each month by a resi- 
dent in a charitable institution that is 
approved, 

1469 



28 



(i) as a halfway house where rehabilita- 
tive residential group care may be 
proxided for adult persons under 
clause 2 (a), 

(ii) as a home for the aged in which 
elderly persons may be cared for 
under clause 2 (6). or 

(iii) as a home where residential group 
care may be provided for handic^>- 
ped or convalescent adult persons 
under clause 2 (c), 

up to the maximum shown as comfort allow- 
ance in Column 5 set out opposite the date 
the resident was in the institution in Colunm 
1 of Table 1; 

(2) Clause 31 (3) id) of the said Regula- 
tion, as remade by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 496/84, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefon 

(rf) for a resident sixty-five years of age or older, 
an amount of $12 of income in addition to the 
amount exempted under clauses (a), (6) and 
(c); 



3682 O. Reg. 382/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 383/87 

2. Item 38 of Table 1 of the said Regulation, as made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
224/87, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

38. From and including the 1st day of 
May, 1987, up to and including 

the 29th day of June, 1987 20.60 48.48 34.96 77.00 33.50 

39. From and including the 30th day 

of June, 1987 20.60 48.48 34.96 100.00 33.50 

(2138) 2J 



HOMES FOR THE AGED AND 
REST HOMES ACT 

O. Reg. 383/87. 

General. 

Made— June 25th, 1987. 

Filed— June 26th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 502 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HOMES FOR THE AGED AND 

REST HOMES ACT 

1. Subclause 31 (2) (a) (iii) of Regulation 
502 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 497/84, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(iii) for a resident sixty-five years of age or 
older, an amount of $12 of income in 
addition to the amount exempted 
under subclause (a) (i); and 

2. Item 38 of Table 1 of the said Regulation, as made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
225/87, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

38. From and including the 1st day of May, 
1987, up to and including the 29th day of 

June, 1987 20.60 46.48 34.96 77.00 

39. From and including the 30th day of June, ' 
1987 20.60 46.46 34.96 100.00 • 

(2139) 28 



1470 



lO. Reg. 384/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 385/87 3683 



HOMES FOR RETARDED 
PERSONS ACT 

O. Reg. 384/87. 

General. 

Made— June 25th, 1987. 

FUed— June 26th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 500 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HOMES FOR RETARDED 

PERSONS ACT 

1. —(1) Clause 18 (5) (a) of Regulation 
500 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980, as remade by section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 707/84, is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefon 

(a) any income received by the resident other 
than a child up to and including $100 per 
month; and 

(2) Subsection 18 (6) of the said Regula- 
tion, as remade by subsection 1 (2) of 
Ontario Regulation 499/84, is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 



(6) In addition to the amounts referred to in subsec- 
tions (4) and (5), where a resident is sixty-five years of 
age or older, the amount of $12 shall not be included in 
determining his revenue and he shall be permitted to 
retain this amount for his own personal use. O. Reg. 
384/87, s. 1 (2). 



(2140) 



28 



FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

O. Reg. 385/87. 
Restricted Fire Zones. 
Made— June 26th, 1987. 
Filed— June 26th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 351/87 

MADE UNDER THE 

FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 351/87 
is revoked effective at 12.01 a,m., 
Saturday, June 27, 1987. 

Mary Mogford 
Deputy Minister of 
Natural Resources 

Dated at Toronto, this 26th day of June, 1987. 

(2141) 28 



1471 



O. Reg. 386/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 387/87 3753 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



July 18th, 1987 



FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

O. Reg. 386/87. 
Rutabagas — Plan . 
Made— June 25th, 1987. 
Filed— June 29th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO REVOKE 

REGULATION 374 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING 

ACT 

1. Regulation 374 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980 is revoked. 

2. The Board shaU donate the moneys 
standing to the credit of the local board 
to the Agricultural Research Institute of 
Ontario for the purpose of research to 
produce a rutabaga variety resistant to 
turnip mosaic virus. 

(2143) 29 



COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 

O. Reg. 387/87. 

Rules of the Provincial Court 

(Family Division). 
Made— May 12th, 1987. 
Approved— June 25th, 1987. 
Filed— June 30th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 810 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 

1. Regulation 810 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding 
tfiereto the following Part: 



PART n-A 

CHANGE OF NAME 

54b. An application under subsection 7 (3) of the 
Change of Name Act, 1986 to review the Registrar Gen- 
eral's refusal of a change of name shall be made within 
thirty days after the applicant is notified of the 
refusal. O. Reg. 387/87, s. 1. 

2. Subrule 82 (1) of the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 103/85, is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 

(1) The notice of garnishment shall be ser\'ed on the 
debtor and on the garnishee in accordance with rule 
13. O. Reg. 387/87, s. 2. 

3. Rule 84 of the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 10 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 94/86, is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 

84. — (1) A debtor or a garnishee may file a dispute in 
Form 40A or 40B within ten days after service on him or 
her of the notice of garnishment. 

(2) Where a debtor or a garnishee files a dispute, the 
clerk shall forthwith serve it on the other parties by 
ordinary mail. 

(3) If, after being served with a notice of garnishment, 
the garnishee fails to make any payment or sufficient 
payment, the clerk shall forthwith servie the creditor 
with a confirmation of the failure or insufficiency by 
ordinary mail. O. Reg. 387/87, s. 3. 

4. Rule 85 of the said Regulation, as 
amended by section 1 1 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 94/86, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefon 

85. — (1) Where a dispute is filed or a garnishee fails to 
make any payment or sufficient payment, the clerk shall 
issue under the seal of the court a notice of garnishment 
hearing in Form 41 unless the creditor withdraws the 
notice of garnishment within ten days after being served 
with the dispute or with a confirmation that no money or 
insufficient money has been paid in by the garnishee. 

(2) The clerk shall forthwith serve notice of the gar- 
nishment hearing on each of the parties by ordinary 
mail. O. Reg. 387/87, s. 4. 



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3754 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 387/87 



5. Rule 86a of the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 12 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 94/86, is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 

86fl. Where money is received by the clerk under a 
notice of garnishment, whether or not a dispute has been 
filed in respect of it, the clerk shall forthwith pay the 
money, 

(a) to the creditor, except any amount that exceeds 
the priority conferred by subsection 4a (1) of 
the Creditors' Relief Act; and 

(b) to the sheriff, in the amount that exceeds the 
priority conferred by subsection 4a (1) of the 
Creditors' Relief Act, 

unless the court orders that the money be held in 
court. O. Reg. 387/87, s. 5. 

6. The said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following rule: 

S6b. On a garnishment hearing, the court shall pro- 
ceed in a summary manner to determine the rights of the 
parties and may by order do one or more of the follow- 
ing: 

1. Dismiss the dispute. 

2. Vary the amount in the notice of garnishment 
to be deducted for arrcEU-s. 

3. Where the garnishment was issued to enforce 
an order of the Provincial Court (Family Divi- 



sion), vary the amount in the notice of gar- 
nishment for current payments under the order 
if, 

i. the parties consent, 

ii. an application has been made to vary 
the order, or 

iii. a domestic contract has been filed with 
the court under section 35 of the Family 
Law Act, 1986, in which case the 
amount should be varied to correspond 
with the amount provided for in the 
domestic contract. 

4. Suspend the operation of the notice of gar- 
nishment during an adjournment of the gar- 
nishment hearing or for such other period as 
appears just. 

5. Direct that money paid into court under the 
notice of garnishment be held in court, 
returned to the debtor or garnishee or remitted 
to the creditor. 

6. Determine the maximum amount of arrears 
that the court will permit to be enforced by the 
notice of garnishment. 

7. Discharge the notice of garnishment. 

8. Award costs of the garnishment hearing. 
O. Reg. 387/87, s. 6. 



7. Form 38 of the said Regulation, as remade by section 31 of Ontario Regulation 808/84, is 
amended by adding thereto the following paragraph: 

2a. The order, judgment or decree nisi referred to in paragraph 2 is still in effect and has not been varied, 
suspended or discharged. 

8. Form 40 of the said Regulation, as remade by section 31 of Ontario Regulation 808/84, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



1474 



O. Reg. 387/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3755 



^^ Provincial Court 
(Family Division) 



Dispute by Debtor 



Form 40A 1 C= 



Creditor 


Lawyer 








F^^ '.a-e 


p .^. 








Aaa-m -c- se-. 
posta coae' 


;e jr-eerS -o-rf -^un^.pa-ty. lAos-ess 'j- se-. 
|X>o5Ta co0e 


zi 'sr-ef- S -.--rf • 


~'' 


.- =3 -, ^ 




Debtor 


Lawyer 








F. -.=-e 










Aoo-ess 'o- St-. 
POSTS codff 


c« (irceef A numbe: mun,cips' r, • Ao3-es! •:• se- 
IPOita cose 


:î (jr'«: £ "u-roe- 


-- ^ 


" '<* ' 








Garnishee 


Lawyer 








F J r.i~t 


'- ''"■ 








Aoo-es; 'D- s«-. 
P05T« coc7e 


.poszs cocc 


ce 'ir'«r < ij~:se- 


"'" 


r câ :. 





I dispute the notice of garnishment dated 



the debtor in this proceeding, make oath arxJ say 



(Stare reasons for dispute , 



Sworn before me at the 
in tt>e 



this day o' . 



FO 241 16.-87) 



A co*nmtsSiOner etc 



Signature of deoro^ 

tThn farm ntobe tifntO btlon a i—rytr. 
lustK* of tfte pemce. notmry public or 
comimmioner for taking gflitSavits. t 



O. Reg. 387/87, s. 8, part. 



1475 



3756 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 387/87 



^-^ Provincial Court 
(Family Division) 



Dispute by Garnishee 



Form 40B Court file no 



Creditor 




-awyer 




Full name 


Full name 

1 


Address for s 
posta/ code) 


rvice tstreex & number, muntcipatity. 


Address (or service, (street & number, 
postal code) 


nunicipahty, 

j 







Debtor 


Lawyer 






Ful: name 


Full name 


Address for service (street & number, mumcipality, 
postal code) 


Address for serv 
postal code) 


ce, (street & number, n 


"i 




I 



Garnishee 






Lawyer 






Full name 


Full name i 

! 


Add-ess for ser 
postal code) 


<ice I'jrreer S number, n 


Tunicipality 


Address for serv 
postal code) 


ce (street S number, rr 


unicipalny, \ 

1 







I am not liable to pay as required by the notice of garnishment dated 

Idaxe) 
for the following reasons. rSrare reasons for not paymg) 

I I I do not owe any money to the debtor at this time because. 

I I The debtor has never worked for me. 

I I The debtor has worked for me but ceased to work for me on 

(date) 

1 I I do not hold any money in trust for or to the credit of the debtor. 

n Other 

1 I I owe money to the debtor but it is not subject to garnishment, (state reasons (or legai exemption) 

n Other 



FD 242 (6/871 



Signature of garnishee 



(2159) 



O. Reg. 387/87, s. 8, part. 
29 



1476 



O. Reg. 388/87 

COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 

O. Reg. 388/87. 

Rules of Practice and Procedure — Unified 

Family Court. 
Made— June 25th, 1987. 
FUed— June 30th, 1987. 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3757 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 939 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

COURTS OF JUSTICE 

ACT, 1984 

1. Rule 8ûi of Regulation 939 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made 
by section 4 of Ontario Regulation 
807/84, is amended by adding thereto 
the following subrule: 

(2) A person shaU not be required to provide repn 
resentation under subrule (1) without his or her consent 
and the opportunity to make submissions to the court 
concerning the nature and extent of the representation to 
be provided. O. Reg. 388/87, s. 1. 

2. Rule 21 of the said Regulation, as 
amended by section 14 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 807/84, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

21. — (1) The court shall convene a settlement confer- 
ence before a judge or a person designated by a judge for 
the purpose of resolving or narrowing the issues or of 
settling the procedures at a hearing. 

(2) A settlement conference may be held at any stage 
of the proceeding. 

(3) After the filing of an answer, the court shall con- 
vene a meeting with a judge for the purpose of planning 
and giving directions for the timing of further steps in 
the proceeding and setting the date for a settlement con- 
ference. 

(4) The person before whom a settlement conference 
is convened shall present to the parties, for their approv- 
al in writing, a memorandum in Form 2A of the matters 
agreed on by the parties, and the person shall file the 
memorandum unless the parties file a consent to a final 
order disposing of all issues. 

S ) A judge before whom a setdement conference or a 
meeting under subrule (3) is held shall not preside at the 
hearing without the consent of the parties. O. Reg. 
388/87, s. 2. 

3. The said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following rule: 



1477 



51a. A party who intends to rely on an amended 
fincuicial statement at the hearing shall serve it at least 
ten days before the hearing. 

4. Rule 52 of the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 24 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 807/84 and amended by section 
10 of Ontario Regulation 324/86, is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

52. Before the hearing in a proceeding, the applicant 
shall prepare and file a record containing a table of con- 
tents, the appUcation, the answer, the reply, the notice 
to added party, the reply by the added party, the finan- 
cial statements, the net family prof)erty statements, the 
settlement conference memorandum, the Official Guar- 
dian's notice of intention to investigate, the Official 
Guardian's report, any dispute of the Official Guardian's 
report, any interim order made in the proceeding and 
any order or direction affecting the hearing in the pro- 
ceeding. O. Reg. 388/87, s. 4. 

5. The said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following rule: 

52a. — (1) Where the Official Guardian intends to 
investigate and report to the Court concerning custody 
of or access to a child, he or she shall serve notice of that 
intention (Form 22C) on the parties and shaU file a copy 
of the notice with proof of service. 

(2) Service of the notice on a party who has been 
noted in default shall be effected by maU addressed to 
the party at his or her last known address, unless the 
Court orders otherwise. 

(3) Where the Official Guardian has served notice, a 
party who subsequently serves an answer, reply or 
notice of motion or any other document flTaik relates to 
custody of or access to the child or relates to the child's 
support or education shall also serve it on the Official 
Guardian within the time prescribed for service on the 
parties. 

(4) Where the Official Guardian has served notice, he 
or she has the right to discovery in respect of any matter 
that relates to custody of or access to the child or relates 
to the child's support or education. 

(5) The Official Guardian shall serve his or her report 
on the parties interested in custody of or access to the 
child or in the child's support or education, within sixty 
days after serving notice under subrule (1), and shall 
then forthwith file a copy of the report and supporting 
affidavit, if any, with proof of service. 

(6) Subrule (2) applies, with necessary modifications, 
to service of the report. 

(7) A party on whom the report is served may dispute 
a statement in it or in any supporting affidavit by serv- 
ing a concise statement of the nature of the dispute on 



3758 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 388/87 



every other party interested in custody of or access to the 
child or in the child's support or education, and on the 
Official Guardian, and filing the statement with proof of 
service, within fifteen days after service of the report. 

(8) Where the Official Guardian has served notice 
under subrule (1), the action shall not be tried and a 
motion for judgment shall not be heard until, 

(a) all disputes have been filed or the time for fil- 
ing disputes has expired; or 

(b) every party interested in custody of or access to 
the child or in the child's support or education 
has filed a waiver (Form 22CA) of the right to 
dispute the report. O. Reg. 388/87, s. 5. 

6. Rule 58g of the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 12 of Ontario 
Regulation 324/86, is revoked. 

7. Subrule 58» (7) of the said Regulation, 
as remade by section 12 of Ontario 
Regulation 324/86, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 



(7) Where the evidence and information referred to in 
subrule (1) are to be presented by affidavit, the Court 
may, 

(a) grant a divorce without an appearance by 
counsel or the applicant; or 

(ft) direct that counsel or the applicant appear or 
that oral evidence be presented. 

8. The said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following rule: 

58ia. — (1) Where the claim for a divorce is uncon- 
tested but other relief claimed in the proceeding is con- 
tested, a party may move for a divorce judgment. 

(2) Subrules S8i (1) and (2) apply, with necessary 
modifications, to a motion under subrule (1). 

(3) The affidavit filed by the party making the motion 
shall contain the matters referred to in clauses 58i (3) (a) 
to (g). 

(4) An affidavit filed by the other party in support of 
the motion shall contain the matters referred to in 
clauses S8i (3) if) and (g) and 58i (4) (a) to (c). 

(5) Subrules 58i (6) and (7) apply, with necessary 
modifications, to a motion under subrule (1). O. Reg. 
388/87, s. 8. 



9. The said Regulation is amended 
adding thereto the following Part: 



by 



PART II-B 

CHANGE OF NAME 

58o. An application under subsection 7 (3) of the 
Change of Name Act, 1986 to review the Registrar Gen- 
eral's refusal of a change of name shall be made within 
thirty days after the applicant is notified of the refus- 
al. O. Reg. 388/87, s. 9. 

10. Rule 89 of the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 9 of Ontario 
Regulation 93/86, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

89. — (1) A debtor or a garnishee may file a dispute in 
Form 43 A or 43 B within ten days after service on him or 
her of the notice of garnishment. 

(2) Where a debtor or a garnishee files a dispute, the 
clerk shall forthwith serve it on the other parties by 
ordinary mail. 

(3) If, after being served with a notice of garnishment, 
the garnishee fails to make any payment or sufficient 
payment, the clerk shall forthwith serve the creditor 
with a confirmation of the failure or insufficiency by 
ordinary mail. O. Reg. 388/87, s. 10. 

11. Rule 90 of the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 36 of Ontario 
Regulation 807/84 and amended by sec- 
tion 10 of Ontario Regulation 
93/86, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

90. — (1) Where a dispute is filed or a garnishee fails to 
make any payment or sufficient payment, the clerk shall 
issue under the seal of the court a notice of garnishment 
hearing in Form 44 unless the creditor withdraws the 
notice of garnishment within ten days after being served 
with the dispute or with a confirmation that no money or 
insufficient money has been paid in by the garnishee. 

(2) The clerk shall forthwith serve notice of the gar- 
nishment hearing on each of the parties by ordinary 
mail. O. Reg. 388/87, s. 11. 



12. Rule 91a of the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 11 of Ontario 
Regulation 93/86, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

91fl. Where money is received by the clerk under a 
notice of garnishment, whether or not a dispute has been 
filed in respect of it, the clerk shall forthwith pay the 
money, 

(o) to the creditor, except £my amount that exceeds 
the priority conferred by subsection 4a (1) of 
the Creditors' Relief Act; and 



1478 



O. Reg. 388/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3759 

(b) to the sheriff, the amount that exceeds the 13. The said Regulation is amended by 



priority conferred by subsection 4a (1) of the 
Creditors' Relief Act, 

unless the court orders that the money be held in 
court. O. Reg. 388/87, s. 12. 



adding thereto the following rule: 

S6b. On a garnishment hearing, the Court shall pro- 
ceed in a summary manner to determine the rights of the 
parties. O. Reg. 388/87, s. 13. 



14. Item 7 of Part I of the Tariff of the said Regulation (Solicitors' Fees), as remade by 
section 39 of Ontario Regulation 807/84, is revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

7. Examination or other disclosure on consent $ 75 

This item includes all examinations and other forms of disclosure undertaken on consent, including 
preliminary steps, preparation and counsel fee. 

An increased fee may be allowed in the discretion of the clerk. 

7a. Examination by order, up to 100 

This item applies to each oral examination out of court that is not on consent, including preUminary 
steps, preparation and counsel fee. 

An increased fee may be allowed in the discretion of the clerk. 

15. Form 22G of the said Regulation, as remade by section 21 of Ontario Regulation 324/86, 
is revoked and the following substituted therefon 



1479 



3760 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 388/87 



^ Unified Family Court 

Judicial District of Hamilton -Wentworth 



Applicant(s) 



Respondent(s) 



Official Guardian's Notice of 
Intention to Investigate 



Form 22C Court file no 



TO THE PARTIES 

The Official Guardian intends to investigate and report to the court concerning custody of or access to the child 

in accordance with the Courts of Justice Act, 1984 and the 

tngme} 

rules of this court. The report may also concern the child's support or education. The report will be served on you by 
mail. You will have the right to dispute any statement in the report by serving a concise statement of the nature of 
your dispute on every other party interested in custody of or access to the child or the child's support or education, 
and on the Official Guardian. You must then file the statement, with proof of service, with the court. Your dispute 
must be served and filed within fifteen days after the Official Guardian's report is served on you. 



Date 



The Official Guardian 
5th Floor 

l80 Dundas Street West 
Toronto, Ontario 
M5G 1E4 

Attention: (nameand telephone numberl 



TO : tntmet ind eddresses of solicitors or parties receiving notice.l 



UF 155 (06/871 



O. Reg. 388/87, s. IS, paH. 



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O. Reg. 388/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3761 



Unified Family Court 

Judicial District of Hamiiton-Wentworth 



Applicant (s) 



Respondentlsl 



Waiver Of Right to Dispute 
Official Guardian's Report 



Form 22CA Coun file no 



The 



I I applicant 

I I respondent waives the right to dispute the Official Guardians report in this action. 

Date . 

Name. ad<treti and telephone number of solicitor or party 



UF 154I06/S7I 



O. Reg. 388/87, s. 15, part. 



1481 



3762 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 388/87 



16. Form 41 of the said Regulation, as remade by section 39 of Ontario Regulation 807/84, is 
amended by adding thereto the following paragraph: 

2a. The order, judgment or decree nisi referred to in paragraph 2 is still in effect and has not been varied, 
suspended or discharged. 

17. Form 43 of the said Regulation, as remade by section 39 of Ontario Regulation 807/84, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



Unified Family Court 

Judicial District of Hamilton -Wentworth 



Dispute by Debtor 

Form 43A 



Creditor 




Lawyer 




Full name 


Full name 


Address for se 
postal code) 


vice /street & number, municipality. 


Address for service, (street & number, 
postal code) 


municipality. 






Debtor 


Lawyer 




Full name 


Full name 


Address for se 
posta! code) 


vice (street & number, municipality. 


Address for service, (street & number, 
postal code) 


municipality. 






Garnishee 


Lawyer 




Full name 


Full name 


Address for ser 
postal code) 


vice (street & number, municipality 


Address for service (street & number, 
postal code) 


municipality. 







I, the debtor in this proceeding, make oath and say: 

(full name) 

I dispute the notice of garnishment dated 

(date) 
(State reasons for dispute! 



Sworn before me at the 

in the 

this day of . 



UF 152 (06/871 



A commissioner etc 



1482 



Signature of debtor 

(This form is to be signed before a la^^yer. 
justice of the peace, notary pubhc or 
>r for tafcing affidavits, i 



O. Reg. 388/87, s. 17, part. 



O. Reg. 388/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3763 



^ Unified Family Court 

Judicial District of Hamilton - Wentworth 



Dispute by Garnishee 



Form 43B Court ti 



Creditor 


Lawyer 


Full name 


Full name 


Address for service (street S number, municipality, 
postal code) 


Address for service, (street S number, municipality, 
postal code) 






Debtor Lawyer 


Full riame 


Full name 


Address for service (street A number, municipality, 
postal code) 


Address for service, (street & number, municipality, 
postal code) 






Garnishee Lawyer 


Full name 


Full name 


Address for service (street S number, municipality 
postal code! 


Address for service (street A number, municipality, 
postal code) 







I am not liable to pay as required by the notice of garnishment dated 

(datel 
for the following reasons. ^Srare reasons fornot paying! 

I I I do not owe any money to the debtor at this time because. 
I I The debtor has never worked for me. 
I 1 The debtor has worked for me but ceased to work for me on 

(date! 

I I I do not hold any money in trust for or to the credit of the debtor. 

□ Other 

I I I owe money to the debtor but it is not subject to garnishment, (state reasons for legai exemption) 

□ Other 



Signature of garnishee 



UF 153 106/871 



(2160) 



O. Reg. 388/87, s. 17, part. 
29 



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3764 O. Reg. 389/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 390/87 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 389/87. 

Restricted Areas — District of Algoma, Geo- 
graphic townships of Cobden, Striker, 
Scarfe and Mack. 

Made— June 23rd, 1987. 

Filed— June 30th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 409/82 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 409/82 is amended 
by adding thereto the following section: 

37c. — (1) Notwithstanding that the land described in 
subsection (2) is shown on the map referred to in section 
4 as being in a Resort Commercial Zone, it shall be 
deemed to be in a Seasonal Residential Zone to which 
Part III applies. 

(2) Subsection (1) apphes to that parcel of land in the 
geographic Township of Striker in the Territorial Dis- 
trict of Algoma being those parts of Lot 1 1 and Lot 12 in 
Concession IV more particularly described as parts 1,2, 
3 £md 4 on Plan IR-6836 deposited in the Land Registry 
Office for the Land Titles Division of Algoma (No. 
1). O. Reg. 389/87, s. 1. 

Pauline Morris 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 



Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of June, 1987. 



(2Ï61) 



29 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 390/87. 

Restricted Areas — County of Simcoe, 

Township of Nottawasaga. 
Made — ^June 22nd, 1987. 
Filed— June 30th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 675 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

Regulation 675 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding 
thereto the following section: 



260. — (1) One single-family dwelling and buildings 
EUid structures accessory thereto may be erected and 
used on the land described in subsection (2) if the fol- 
lowing requirements are met: 



Minimum front yard 
Minimum side yards 



7.6 metres 

3 metres on one side 

and 
1.2 metres on the other 

side 



Maximum height of 
single-family dwelling 9.1 metres 



Minimum ground floor 
area of single-family 
dwelling 



one storey — 93 square 
metres 

one and one-half storeys 
or more — 69.8 square 
metres 



(2) Subsection (1) apphes to those parcels of land in 
the Township of Nottawasaga in the County of Simcoe, 
being composed of those parts of Lot 34 in Concession 
IV more particularly described as follows: 

1. Premising that the road allowance between lots ii 
and 34 has an astronomic bearing of north 73° 40' 
30" east; 

Commencing at an iron survey bar set in the south- 
erly limit of Lot 34, distant 60 feet westerly there- 
along on a course south 73° 40' 30" west, from tht; 
southeasterly angle thereof; 

Thence south 73° 40' 30" west, continuing to follow 
the said southerly limit of Lot 34, a distance of 65 
feet; 

Thence north 9° 34' west, a distance of 493.35 feet 
to a point in the existing line between the north and 
south halves of the south half of Lot 34; 

Thence north 73° 40' 30" east, along the said south- 
erly limit, a distance of 60 feet to the point of com- 
mencement. 

2. Commencing at an iron survey bar found marking 
the southeast angle of Lot 34, Concession IV; 

Thence north 9° 34' west, and being along the line 
of an old post and wire fence existing in March 
1968, a distance of 492.79 feet to an iron survey bar 
set in the existing line between the north and south 
halves of the south half of Lot 34; 

Thence south 73° 56' west, along the said existing 
half lot line, a distance of 60 feet to an iron survey 
bar; 

Thence south 9° 34' east, and being parallel with 
the aforesaid post and wire fence, a distance of 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 391/87 3765 



493.06 feet to an iron survey bar set in the southerly 
limit of the said Lot 34; 

Thence north 73" 56' east, along the last mentioned 
existing half lot line, a distance of 65 feet to an iron 
sur\ey bar; 

Thence south 9° 34' east, a distance of 493 feet, 
more or less, to the said point of conrmience- 
ment. O. Reg. 390/87, s. 1. 

L. J. FiXCRAM 

DirecU/r 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 22nd day of June, 1987. 



(2162) 



29 



MENTAL HEALTH ACT 

O. Reg. 391/87. 
Application of Act. 
Made— June 30th, 1987. 
Filed— June 30th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 609 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

MENTAL HEALTH ACT 

1. Sections 9 and 10 of Regulation 609 of 
Re\ised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
are revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefon 

REVIEW BO.ARD 

9. The officer in charge shall complete and transmit 
to the chairman of a panel of the re\iew board a notice in 
Form 1 7 of the filing of a fourth certificate of renewal or 
a subsequent fourth certificate of renewal respecting a 
patient. O. Reg. 391/87, s. 1, part. 

2. Section 11 of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

II. Every psychiatric facihty in respect of which the 
review board has jurisdiction shall provide appUczitions 
for review and envelopes pre-addressed to the chairman 
of a panel of the re\iew board having jurisdiction and an 
appUcation 2uid envelope shaU be furnished forthwith to 
any person who requests them. O. Reg. 391/87, s. 2. 



3. Section 12 of the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 155/84, is revoked. „ 

4. Section 13 of the said Regulation is 
revoked. 

5. Section 14 of the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 354/86, is ^e^ oked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefon 

14. — (1) A member of the re\-iew board who is a 
ps>chiatrist or a barrister juid solicitor shall be paid, 

(a) $275 while engaged in work of the board where 
the work does not exceed three hours in a day; 
or 

(b) $550 while engziged in work of the board where 
the work is for three hours or more in a day. 

(2) The chairman of a panel of the re\'iew board who 
is not a psychiatrist or a barrister and soUcitor shall be 
paid $150 for each day or part thereof while engaged 
upon the work of the board. 

(3) A member of the rexiew board who is not referred 
to in subsection (1) or (2) shaU be paid SI 10 for each day 
or part thereof while engaged upon the work of the 
board. 

(4) In addition to the remuneration set out in subsec- 
tions (1) to (3), the chairmen and members of the review 
board shall be paid their necessar\- and reasonable 
expenses incurred in connection with their work as 
board members. O. Reg. 391/87, s. 5. 

6.— (1) Subsections 16 (2) and (7) of the 
said Regulation are revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(2) An order for examination issued under subsection 
10 (1) of the Act shall be in Form 2. O. Reg. 391/87, 
s. 6 (I), part. 



(7) A statement imder subsection 33f (Ik) of the Act 
Iq^ an attending physician confirming continued 
involuntary- status shall be in Form 7. O. Reg. 391/87, 
s. 6 il), part. 



(2) Subsection 16 (16) of the said Regula- 
tion, as remade by section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 155/84, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(16) An appUcation to the re\-iew board under sub- 
section 31 (1) of the Act shall be in Form 16. O. Reg. 
391/87, s. 6 (2). 



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3766 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 391/87 



(3) Subsection 16 (16a) of the said Regula- 
tion, as made by section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 155/84, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(16a) A notice to the chairman of a panel of the 
review board of the completion of a fourth certificate of 
renewal under subsection 31 (4) of the Act shall be in 
Form 17. O. Reg. 391/87, s. 6 (3). 

(4) Subsections 16 (17), (18), (19), (20), 
(22) and (23) of the said Regulation are 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(17) An application to the review board under section 
43 of the Act shall be in Form 18. 

(18) An application to the review board under section 
35a of the Act shall be in Form 19. 

(19) A statement in support of an application under 
section 35a of the Act shall be in Form 20. 

(20) A certificate of incompetence to manage one's 
estate issued under subsection 36 (4) of the Act shall be in 
Form 21. O. Reg. 391/87, s. 6 (4), paH. 



(22) A notice of cancellation of a certificate of incom- 
petence to manage one's estate under section 40 of the 
Act shall be in Form 23. 

(23) A notice of continuance of a certificate of incom- 
petence to manage one's estate under subsection 41 (2) of 
the Act shall be in Form 24. O. Reg. 391/87, s. 6 (4), 
part. 

(5) Subsections 16 (25), (26), (27), (31), 
(32,) (33), (34), (35) and (36) of the said 
Regulation, as made by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 734/86, are revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(25) A notice to the review board under subsection 8a 
(2) of the Act shall be in Form 26. 

(26) A notice by the officer in charge to an informal 
patient under subsections 30a (lb), (le) and (2) of the Act 
shall be in Form 27. 

(27) A request to examine or to copy part or all of the 
cUnical record under subsections 29a (lb) and (2) of the 
Act shall be in Form 28. O. Reg. 391/87, s. 6 (5), part. 



(31) An application to the review board under sub- 
section 35b (1) of the Act shall be in Form 32. 



(32) A notice to the patient under subsections 30a (la) 
and (2) of the Act shall be in Form 33. 

(33) A notice to the Area Director of Legal Aid under 
subsections 30a (1), (la), (lb) and (Id) of the Act shall be 
in Form 34. 

(34) An application to the review board to extend time 
period for conducting or completing a review of a Form 
3 or a Form 4 shall be in Form 35. 

(35) A notice of a right to appoint a representative 
under subsection lb (4) of the Act shall be in Form 36. 

(36) An application to court under subsection 33f ( Ic) 
of the Act to extend time for appeal shall be in Form 
37. O. Reg. 391/87, s. 6 (5), paH. 



(38) A physician's certification of danger under sub- 
section 35 (2) (b) (iii) of the Act shall be in Form 39. 

(39) A notice to a patient of a right to apply for a 
representative under subsection Ic (2) of the Act shall be 
in Form 40. 

(40) An application to the review board to appoint a 
representative under subsection Ic (1) of the Act shall be 
in Form 41. 

(41) A notice to a patient under subsection 30a (Ic) of 
the Act of an application for psychiatric assessment 
under section 9 or 26 of the Act shall be in Form 42. 

(42) A notice to a patient under subsection 30a (Id) of 
the Act of an application for treatment shall be in 
Form 43. 

(43) An appointment of a representative under sub- 
section lb (1) of the Act shall be in Form 44. 

(44) A transitional notice under subsection lb (5) of 
the Act of a right to appoint a representative shall be in 
Form 45. O. Reg. 391/87, s. 6 (5), part. 



7. — (1) The heading to Form 2 of the said 
Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 



ORDER FOR EXAMINATION 

(2) The said Form 2, as amended by section 
4 of Ontario Regulation 734/86, is 
further amended by striking out "asses- 
sed" in the eighteenth line and inserting 
in lieu thereof "examined". 



8. Form 7 of the said Regulation, as amended by section 9 of Ontario Regulation 734/86, is 
re\'oked and the following substituted therefor: 

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O. Reg. 391/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3767 

Form 7 

MenUU Health Act 

CONFIRMATION BY ATTENDING PHYSICIAN 

OF CONTINUED EWOLUNTARY STATUS UNDER 

SUBSECTION 33f (Ik) OF THE ACT 



To: of 



See Note 2 



(name of officer in charge) (name of psychiatric facility) 

I, , am the attending physician of 

(name of physician) 

who is detained at this facility 

(name of involuntary patient) 

under the authority of a Form under the 

(Form 3 or 4) 

Mental Health Act. 



The patient's involuntary status was by 

(confirmed or rescinded) 

the review board on , 19 and 

(date of decision) 

the is appealing this decision. 

(patient or physician) 



See Note 1 I hereby confirm that I examined 



(name of patient) 
_, 19 and I am of the opinion 



(date) 

both that the patient is suffering from mental disorder of 
nature or quality that likely will result in 



unless the patient remains in the custody of a psychiatric 
facility and that the patient is not suitable for continuation 
as an informal or voluntary patient. 



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3768 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 391/87 

See Notes This confirmation is effective on the day of 

1 and 3 

, 19 and will expire on the 

day of , 19 



Dated this day of , 19 



(signature of attending physician) 



(printed name of attending physician) 



NOTES 



1. Where a Form 3 or Form 4 is extended for the purpose of an 
appeal subsection 33f (Ik) of the provides, 

"(Ik)... the attending physician shall examine the patient 
at the intervals that would have applied under 
section 14 and shall complete and file with the 
officer in charge a statement in writing as to whether 
or not the patient meets the criteria set out in 
subsection 14(5)." 



2. Subclauses 14 (5) (a) (i) , (ii) and (iii) of the Act provide, 

" (i) serious bodily harm to the patient, 

(ii) serious bodily harm to another person, or 
(iii) imminent and serious physical impairment of the patient, 

3. Clause 14(4) (b) of the Act provides, 

"(4) An involuntary patient may be detained, restrained, 
observed and examined in a psychiatric facility 



(b) for not more than, 

(i) one additional month under a first certificate 
of renewal, 

(ii) two additional months under a second 
certificate of renewal, and 

(iii) three additional months under a third or 

subsequent certificate of renewal, that is 
completed and filed with the officer in charge 
by the attending physician." 



I 



O. Reg. 391/87, s. 8. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3769 



9. Form 10 of the said Regulation, as amended by section 10 of Ontario Regulation 734/86, 
is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

Form 10 

MenUU Health Act 

Memorandum of Transfer 




Upon the advice of his/her attending physician. I, 
officer-in-charge of 



(print name) 



(psychiatric facility) 



hereby tran$fer_ 



(print full name of patiant) 



(home address) 



arrangements having been made with the officer-in-charge thereof. 
NOTE: The following portion of this memorandum must be completed: 
I I A. The patient is an informal or voluntary one. 



Check 
A, B, 
Cor D 



Check 
E. F 
or G 



[ 1 B. The patient is the subject of an application for assessment. (A copy of the document 

authorizing detention is attached to this memorandum). 

I 1 C. The patient is an involuntary one. (A copy of the document authorizing detention is 

attached to this memorandum). 

□The patient Is an involuntary one and specified psychiatric 
treatment or a specified course of psychiatric treatment 
and other related medical treatment, if any, is authorized 
under the Act. 
I I E. The estate of the patient is not under the management of a committee. 

I I F. The estate of the patient is under the management of the Public Trustee. (Where 

committeeship has arisen under the authority of a certificate of incompetence, attach 
a copy of the certificate of incompetence to this memorandum). 

I I G. The estate of the patient is under the management of 



(Committee appointed under the Mental Incompetency Act) 



(print name of Committee) 



Date. 



(signature of officer m charge) 

19 

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O. Reg. 391/87, s. 9. 



3770 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 391/87 

10. Form 14 of the said Regulation, as amended by section 12 of Ontario Regulation 734/86, 
is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

Form 14 

Mental Health Act 



Consent to the 
Disclosure, Transmittal or 
Examination of a Clinical Record 
under Section 29 of the Act 









I, 




(print full name of person) 




of 




(address) 




hereby consent to the disclosure or transmittal to or the examination 




by 




(print name) 




of the clinical record compiled in 




(name of psychiatric facility) 




in respect of 




(name of patient) (date of birth, where available) 


See 




Notes 




4 and 


5 (witness) (signature) 




(if other than the patient, state 




relationship to the patient) 




Dated the day of , 19 . 



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O. Reg 391/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3771 

HOTES 

1. Consent to the disclosure, transmittal or examination of a 
clinical record may be given by the patient where mentally 
competent or, where the patient is not mentally competent, by the 
person authorized under section la of the Act to consent on 
behalf of the patient. See subsection 29(3) of the Act. 

2. Clause 29(1) (b) of the Act provides, 

"(b) 'patient' includes former patient, out-patient, former 
out-patient and anyone who is or has been detained in a 
psychiatric facility." 

3. Clause 1(g) of the Act provides, 

"(g) 'mentally competent' means having the ability to 
understand the subject-matter in respect of which consent is 
requested and able to appreciate the consequences of giving 
or withholding consent." 

4. Subsection la(l) of the Act provides, 

"la. — (1) A person may give or refuse consent on behalf of a 
patient who is not mentally competent if the person has 
attained the age of sixteen years, is apparently mentally 
competent, is available and willing to give or refuse 
consent and is described in one of the following paragraphs: 

1. The committee of the person appointed for the patient 
under the Mental Incompetency Act . 

2. The patient's representative appointed under section lb 
or Ic. 

3. The person to whom the patient is married or the person 
of the opposite sex with whom the patient is living 
outside marriage in a conjugal relationship or was 
living outside marriage in conjugal relationship 
immediately before being admitted to the psychiatric 
facility, if in the case of unmarried persons they, 

i. have cohabited for at least one year, 

ii. are together the parents of a child, or 

iii. have together entered into a cohabitation 

agreement under section 53 of the Family Law Act, 
1986 . 

4. A child of the patient. 

5. A parent of the patient or a person who has lawful 
custody of the patient. 

6. A brother or sister of the patient. 

7. Any other next of kin of the patient. 

8. The Official Guardian." 

See sections lb and Ic of the Act regarding patient's 
representatives. 



Where the consent is signed by someone other than the patient, 
the relationship to the patient must be set out below the 
signature. 

O. Reg. 391/87, s. 10. 

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3772 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 391/87 

11. The heading to Form 16 of the said Regulation, as remade by subsection 13 (1) of 
Ontario Regulation 734/86, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

APPLICATION TO REVIEW BOARD UNDER 
SUBSECTION 31 (1) OF THE ACT 

12. Form 19 of the said Regulation, as amended by section 16 of Ontario Regulation 734/86, 
is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

Form 19 

Mental Health Act 

Application to Review Board 
under Section 35a of the Act 



To: The Chairman of the panel of the review board having jurisdiction 
for 



(name of psychiatric facility) 

Re: 

(print full name of involuntary patient) 



Application is hereby made for an order authorizing the provision 'of 
the following specified psychiatric treatment and other related medical 
treatment, if any: 

(specify proposed psychiatric treatment and other related medical 
treatment, if any) 

to ^^__________ 

(name of involuntary patient) 

for the following time period 



(indicate proposed duration of the order) 



Consent to the proposed specified psychiatric treatment and other 
related medical treatment, if any, has been refused by: 



(name of person) (relationship to patient) 



Attached to this application are the statements of the attending 
physician and a psychiatrist who is not a member of the medical staff 
of the psychiatric facility. 



(signature of attending physician) 



(print name of attending physician) 



Dated the day of , 19_ 

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O. Reg. 391/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3773 

NOTES 

1. Consent to psychiatric treatment may be given by an involuntary 

patient where mentally competent and where not mentally competent, 
by the person authorized under section la of the Act to consent on 
behalf of the patient. 

2- Subsection la(l) of the Act provides, 

"la. — (1) A person may give or refuse consent on behalf of a 
patient who is not mentally competent if the person has 
attained the age of sixteen years, is apparently mentally 
competent, is available and willing to give or refuse consent 
and is described in one of the following paragraphs: 

1. The committee of the person appointed for the patient 
under the Mental Incompetency Act . 

2. The patient's representative appointed under section lb 
or Ic. 

3. The person to whom the patient is married or the person 
of the opposite sex with whom the patient is living 
outside marriage in a conjugal relationship or was living 
outside marriage in a conjugal relationship immediately 
before being admitted to the psychiatric facility, if in 
the case of unmarried persons they, 

i. have cohabited for at least one year, 

ii. are together the parents of a child, or 

iii. have together entered into a cohabitation 

agreement under section 53 of the Family Law Act, 
1986 . 

4. A child of the patient. 

5. A parent of the patient or a person who has lawful 
custody of the patient. 

6. A brother or a sister of the patient. 

7. Any other next of kin of the patient. 

8. The Official Guardian." 

See sections lb and Ic of the Act regarding oatient's 
representatives. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 391/87 



Clause 1(g) of the Act provides, 

"(g) 'mentally competent' means having the ability to 
understand the subject-matter in respect of which consent is 
requested and able to appreciate the consequences of giving 
or withholding consent." 



Clause 35(1) (b) provides, 

"(b) 'having the ability to understand the subject matter in 
respect of which consent is requested' in the definition of 
'mentally competent' means having the ability to understand 
the nature of the illness for which treatment is proposed and 
the treatment proposed." 



5. No application can be made to treat a patient who is mentally 
competent. See clause 35(2) (a) of the Act. 



6. No treatment order can be made for a period exceeding three 
months. 

O. Reg. 391/87, s. 12. 



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O Reg. 391/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3775 

13. Form 20 of the said Regulation, as remade by section 17 of Ontario Regulation 734/86, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

Form 20 

Mental Health Act 

Statement in Support of Application 
under Section 35a of the Act 



Re: 

(print full name of involuntary patient) 

See I, 

Note 1 (print name) 

of 



(address) 



state that: 



1. I examined the above-named involuntary, mentally incompetent 

patient on the day of , 19_ 



2. I am of the opinion that the mental condition of the above-named 
patient will be or is likely to be substantially improved by the 
following specified psychiatric treatment and other related 
medical treatment, if any: 

(specify proposed psychiatric treatment and other related medical 
treatment, if any) 

See for the following time period 

Note 2 (indicate proposed duration of the order) 

because 

(state reasons) 



I am of the opinion that the mental condition of the above-named 
patient will not or is not likely to improve without the proposed 
specified psychiatric treatment and other related medical 
treatment, if any, 

because 

(state reasons) 



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3776 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 391/87 

4. I am of the opinion that the anticipated benefit from the 
specified psychiatric treatment and other related medical 
treatment, if any, outweighs the risk of harm to the patient 

because 

(specify reasons) 



5. I am of the opinion that the specified psychiatric treatment and 
other related medical treatment, if any, is the least restrictive 
and least intrusive treatment that meets the requirements of 

paragraphs 2, 3 and 4 above because 

(specify reasons) 



(signature) 
Dated the day of , 19_ 



NOTES 



1. An application under section 35a of the Act must be supported by 
the statements of the attending physician and a psychiatrist who 
is not a member of the medical staff of the psycliiatric facility 
in which the patient is detained. See subsection 35a (2) of the 
Act. 



The order will indicate the duration for the course of 
treatment. In no case shall the duration exceed three months. 



O. Reg. 391/87, s. 13. 



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O. Reg. 391/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3777 

14. Forms 26, 27, 28, 30, 31, 32, 33 and 34 of the said Regulation, as made by section 21 of 
Ontario Regulation 734/86, are revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

Form 26 

Mental Health Act 

Notice to Review Board 

under Subsection 8a(2) of the Act 




To: The Chairman of the panel of the review board having jurisdiction for 

(print name of psychiatrie facility) 
Re: 



(print full nafne of informal patient) 



(date of birlli. where available) 

of 



(home address) 

The above named informal patient who is between 12 and 15 years of age inclusive has been in this facility without 

review for a period of 6 consecutive months commencing . 

(date of adrnission) 

See Under subsection 8a(2) of the Act, the review board must conduct an inquiry as to whether this patient requires 

Note 

further observation, care and treatment in . 



(name of psychiatric facility) 



(lignalurc of officer in charge) 



i 



(signature of witness) 

Dated the day of . ' 9 - 

NOTE: Subsection 8a(3) of the Act provides, 

"(3) In determining whether the child needs observation, care and treatment in the psychiatric facility, 
the review board shall consider, 

(a) whether the child needs observation, care and treatment of a kind that the psychiatric facility 
can provide; 

(b) whether the child's needs can be adequately a>et if the child is not an informal patient in the 
psychiatric facility; 

(c) whether there is an available alternative to the psychiatric facility in which the child's needs 
could be more appropriately met; 

(d) the child's views and wishes, where they can be reasonably ascertained; and 

(e) any other matter that the review board considers relevant." 

106641(87/01» 7530*193 

O. Reg. 391/87, s. 14, part. 
1497 



3778 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 391/87 

Form 27 

Mental Health Act 

NOTICE BY OFFICER IN CHARGE TO INFORMAL PATIENT UNDER 
SUBSECTIONS 30a (lb), (le) AND (2) OF THE ACT 



(patient identification number 
used for notice to Area Director 
of Legal Aid) 



(print name of informal patient) (date of birth, 

where available) 

of 

(home address) 

This is to inform you that as an informal patient between 12 and 

15 years inclusive in 

(print name of psychiatric facility) 

you, or someone on your behalf, have the right to apply to the 

review board under section 8a of the Mental Health Act . You may 

apply for such a hearing by completing Form 25 (attached) or by 

writing to either the chairman of the panel of the review board 

or to the officer in charge 

(print name of chairman) 

of the psychiatric facility 



(print name of officer in charge) 



You are in this facility because 



(state reason for hospitalization) 



1498 



O. Reg 391/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3779 

Upon such application, an inquiry as to whether you need to stay 
in this psychiatric facility for observation, care and treatment 
will be held. 



(date) (signature of officer in charge) 



(print name of officer in charge) 



After you receive this notice, a person called a "rights 
advisor" will be in contact with you to inform you as to your 
rights and help you in applying for a hearing if that is what 
you wish to do. 

For further information or assistance with anything mentioned in 
this notice, please contact 



(print name(s) of appropriate (telephone number) 

staff member (s)) 

■OTBS: 

1. For your information, subsection 8a (3) sets out what matters 
the review board will consider in deciding whether you are 
to remain in the psychiatric facility. Subsection 8a (3) of 
the Act provides, 

"(3) In determining whether the child needs 
observation, care and treatment in the psychiatric 
facility, the review board shall consider, 

(a) whether the child needs observation, care and 
treatment of a kind that the psychiatric 
facility can provide; 

(b) whether the child's needs can be adequately 
met if the child is not an informal patient 
in the psychiatric facility; 

(c) whether there is an available alternative to 
the psychiatric facility in which the child's 
needs could be more appropriately met; 

(d) the child's views and wishes, where they can 
be reasonably ascertained; and 

(e) any other matter that the review board 
considers relevant." 

2. Under subsection 30a (le) of the Act, the patient must be 
informed of the reasons for detention and that the patient 
has the right to retain and instruct a lawyer without delay. 

O. Reg. 391/87, s. 14, part. 

1499 



3780 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 391/87 

Form 28 

Mental Health Act 

Request to Exaaine or to Copy Clinical Record 
under Subsections 29a (2) and (16) of the Act 



To: Officer in charge of 



(print name of psychiatric facility) 



Re: 



(print full name of patient) 



(date of birth, where available) 



See I, 

Notes 1 (print full name of applicant) 

* request to examine or to copy the clinical record compiled with regard 
to 

See 

Note 2 _^ 

(print full name of patient) 



(signature of witness) (signature of applicant) 



(if other than the patient, state 
relationship to patient) 



Dated the day of , 19_ 



1500 



O. Reg. 391/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3781 

NOTES: 

1. Applicant will be the patient if mentally competent or where the 
patient is not mentally competent, the person authorized under 
section la to consent on behalf of the patient. 

2. Clause 29(1) (b) of the Act provides, 

"'patient' includes a former patient, out-patient, former out- 
patient and anyone who is or has been detained in a psychiatric 
facility". 

3. Section la(l) of the Act provides, 

"la. — (1) A person may give or refuse consent on behalf of 
a patient who is not mentally competent if the person has 
attained the age of sixteen years, is apparently mentally 
competent, is available and willing to give or refuse 
consent and is described in one of the following paragraphs: 

1; The committee of the person appointed for the 
patient under the Mental Incompetency Act . 

2. The patient's representative appointed under section 
lb or Ic. 

3. The person to whom the patient is married or the 
person of the opposite sex with whom the patient is 
living outside marriage in a conjugal relationship 
or was living outside marriage in a conjugal 
relationship immediately before being admitted to 
the psychiatric facility, if in the case of 
unmarried persons they, 

i. have cohabited for at least one year, 

ii. are together the parents of a child, or 

iii. have together entered into a cohabitation 

agreement under section 53 of the Family Law 
Act, 1986 . 

4. A child of the patient. 

5. A parent of the patient or a person who has lawful 
custody of the patient. 

6. A brother or sister of the patient. 

7. Any other next of kin of the patient. 

8. The Official Guardian." 

See Sections lb and Ic of the Act regarding patient's 
representatives. 

24-6-241h - June 23, 1987 

O. Reg. 391/87, s. 14, part. 



1501 



3782 




THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Form 30 

Mental Health Act 



O. Reg. 391/87 



Notice to Patient 

under subsections 30a (1) and (2) 
of the Act 



To: 



of 



patient identification number 
(used for notice to Area Director of Legal Aid) 



(print namt of patient) 



Ihiomt addretil 



Under 

Section { or 
14 



This is to inform you that you are being detained under the authority of a 
I I Certificate of Involuntary Admission (Form 3) 



I I Certificate of Renewal (Form 4) 
vtiich expires en 



(dtnof txpiry) 



The certificate was completed by 
on 



(print name of physician) 



, because 



(date) (print name of pliysician) 

is of the opinion that you are suffering from a mental disorder of a nature or quality that 
likely will result in: 

I I serious bodily harm to yourself 

Q serious bodily harm to another person 

I I imminent and serious physical impairment to you 



If you wish to challenge your detention, you have the right to a hearing before the review board. 
You may apply for a hearing by completing Form 16 (attached) or by writing directly to either 

the officer in charge of the psychiatric facility 



(print name of offii 



or the chairman of the panel of the review board. 



(print name of chairman) 



(signature of attending physician) 



(print name of attending pfiysician) 



(print name of peychiatric facility) 



1502 



O. Reg. 391/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3783 

After you receive this notice, a person called a "rights advisor" will be in contact with you to 
inform you as to your rights and help you in applying for a hearing if that is what you wish to do. 
You have the right to retain and instruct a lawyer without delay. 

For further information or assistance with anything mentioned in this notice, please contact 



(print n«naii) o> 9propri«te Maff nwrnbtf (ll) ilenp«K>n« fMjmbWi 



(prim nam« of psychiatrie facilitv) 



NOTES 



Under subsection 30a(2) of the Act, the patient must be informed that he or she has the 
right to a hearing before the review board under subsection 336(1). Specifically, 
subsection 30a(2) of the Act provides, 

"A notice under subsection (1), (la) or (lb) shall inform the patient and the area 
director that the patient or any person on his behalf is entitled to a hearing by the 
review board if the patient or the person gives or transmits to the office in charge or 
to the review board notice in writing requiring a hearing and the patient or the person 
may so require such a hearing." 

Subsection 336(1) of the Act provides, 

"Where the review board receives notice in writing placing a matter before it for 
decision, it shall appoint a time and place for and hold a hearing." 

Under subsection 30a (le) of the Act, the patient must be informed of 
the reasons for detention and that he or she has the right to retain 
and instruct a lawyer without delay. 



O. Reg. 391/87, s. 14, part. 



1503 



3784 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 391/87 

Form 31 

Mental Health Act 

Application to Review Board 
under Subsection 29a(14) of the Act 



See 
Note 




To: The Chairman of the panel of the review board having jurisdiction for 



(name of piychiatric fscilityl 



Re: 



{print full name of patient: 



(date of birtli, where available) 



(home adcjress) 



(print full name of patient) 
hereby apply for an inquiry into whether or not I am mentally competent 
Check appropriate boxlesi 
I J to examine my clinical record 
I I to consent to the disclosure of my clinical record 



(signatuie oi patient) 



(signature of witness) 
day of 



NOTE: Clause 29(1 )(b) of the Act provides, 

(b) 'patient' includes a former patient, outpatient, former out-patient, and anyone 
who is or has been detained in a psychiatric facility.'' 



O. Reg. 391/87, s. 14, pa» 



1504 



O. Reg. 391/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Form 32 

Mental Health Act 



3785 




Application to Review Board 
under Stilssection 35b (1) 
of ttM Act 



To: The Chairman of the panel of the review board having jurisdiction for 



(name of psychiatrie facility) 



(print full name of oalientl 



(home address) 



(print full name of patient) 



hetebv aiiply 'or an inquiry into whether or not I am mentally competent to consent to psychiatric treatment 
and other related medical treatjnent. 



(signature of panentl 



(Signature of witness) 



day of 



O. Reg. 391/87, s. 14, part. 



1505 



3786 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Form 33 

Mental Health Act 

NOTICE TO PATIENT UNDER 
SUBSECTIONS 30a (la) AND (2) OF THE ACT 



O. Reg. 391/87 



patient identification number 
(used for notice to Area Director 
of Legal Aid) 



To: 



(print name of patient) 



of 



(home address) 



This is to inform you that on 
I, 



(date of determination) 

, have made a 



(print name of physician) 
determination that you are not mentally competent to: 



Check appropriate box (es) 

1. I ( Consent to treatment 

2. I j Examine your clinical record 

3. I I Consent to disclosure of your 

clinical record 

4. ) H Manage your estate 



Form Patient Uses to 
Challonyo Findings 

1. Form 32 

2. Form 31 

3. Form 31 

4. Form 18 



1506 



O. Re? 391/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3787 

If you wish to challenge this (these) determination (s) , you have 

the right to a hearing before the review board. You may apply 

for a hearing by completing the relevant form noted above or by 

writing to either the officer in charge oC the psychiatric 

facility or the chairman of 

(print name of officer in charge) 

the panel of the review board ^ . 

(print name of chairman) 

Copies of each of the forms are available at this facility. 



(date) (signature of attending physician) 



(print name of attending physician) 

(print name of psychiatric facility) 

After you receive this notice, a person called a "rights 
advisor" will be in contact with you to inform you as to your 
rights and help you in applying for a hearing if that is what 
you wish to do. 

For further information or assistance with anything mentioned in 
this notice, please contact 



(print name(s) of appropriate (telephone number) 

staff member (s) ) 



(print name of psychiatric facility) 



1SG7 



3788 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 391/87 



NOTES: 



Under subsection 30a (2) of the Act, the patient must be informed 
that he or she has the right to a hearing before the review 
board under subsection 33b(l) of the Act. Subsection 30a (2) of 
the Act provides, 

"(2) A notice under subsection (1), (la) or (lb) shall 
inform the patient and the area director that the patient 
or any person on his behalf is entitled to a hearing by the 
review board if the patient or the person gives or 
transmits to the officer in charge or to the review board 
notice in writing requiring a hearing and the patient or 
the person may so require such a hearing." 

Subsection 33b(l) of the Act provides, 

"33b. — (1) Where the review board receives notice in 
writing placing a matter before it for decision, it shall 
appoint a time and place for and hold a hearing." 



O. Reg. 391/87, s. 14, part. 



1508 



O. Reg. 391/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3789 

Form 34 

Mental Health Act 

NOTICE TO AREA DIRECTOR OF LEGAL .AID UNDER 
SUBSECTIONS 30a (1), (la), (lb) .\ND (Id) OF THE ACT 



See Note 



PART A (COMPLETE ONLY IF APPROPRIATE) 
This is to inform you that 



(patient identification number) 
is being detained in 



(print name of psychiatric facility) 
under the authority of a 

Check appropriate box 



I ) Certificate of Involuntary Admission (Form 3) 

or 

I [ Certificate of Renewal (Form 4) 

This certificate was completed by 



Under 

Section 

14 



(print name of physician) 



and expires on 



(date) (date of expiry) 



(date) (signature of attending physician) 

(print name of attending physician) 



1509 



3790 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 391/87 

NOTE 

Under subsections 30a (le) and (2) of the Act the patient must be 
informed of his or her right to a hearing before the review 
board under subsection 33b(l), the reasons for his or her 
detention and the right to retain and instruct counsel without 
delay. 

(See appended notes) 



PART B (COMPLETE ONLY IF APPROPRIATE) 
This is to inform you that 



(patient identification numher) 
an informal patient between 12 and 15 years of age inclusive 



in 



(date of birth, (print name of psychiatric facility) 
where available) 



This informal patient has the right to apply to the review board 
under subsection 8a (1) of the Act to inquire into whether he or 
she needs observation, care and treatment in the psychiatric 
facility. 



(date) (signature of officer in charge) 



(print name of officer in charge) 

NOTE: 

Under subsections 30a (le) and (2) of the Act the patient must be 
informed of his or her right to a hearing before the review 
board under subsection 33b (1), the reasons for his or her 
detention and the right to retain and instruct counsel witliout 
delay. 

(See appended notes) 



1510 



O. Reg. 391/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3791 

PART C (COMPLETE ONLY IF APPROPRIATE) 
This is to inform you that 



(print name of physician) 

has made a determination that the patient, 

is not mentally competent to 

(patient identification number) 



Check appropriate box (es) 

[ I Consent to treatment, if an involuntary patient 
(clause 35(2) (b)) 

[ I Examine his or her clinical record (subsection 29a (14)) 

I I Consent to the disclosure of his or her clinical record 

(subsection 29a (14)) 

I I Manage his or her estate (subsection 36(1)) 



(date) (signature of attending physician) 

(print name of attending physician) 



NOTE: 

Under subsection 30a (2) of the Act the patient must be informed 
of his or her right to a hearing before the review board under 
subsection 33b(l). 



(See appended notes) 



1511 



3792 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 391/87 

PART D (COMPLETE ONLY IF APPROPRIATE) 

This is to inform you that I, 



(print name of attending physician) 

have applied to the review board for an order authorizing 

treatment of 

(patient identification number) 

an involuntary patient detained in 

with 

(name of psychiatric facility) 



(specify proposed psychiatric and related medical treatment, if 
any) 



for a period of 



(indicate proposed duration of order) 



Consent to treatment has been refused by 



(name of person 
authorized to consent) 



(date) (signature of attending physician) 



(print name of attending physician) 



NOTE: 

Under subsection 30a (Id) of the Act the patient must be provided 
with written notice of the physician's application to the reviev 
board for treatment authority. 

(See appended notes) 



For further information or assistance with anything mentioned in 
this notice, please contact 



(name(s) of appropriate staff member (s)) 



(print name of psychiatric facility) 



1512 



,| O. Reg. 391/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3793 

NOTES. SubsecT.on 14(5; of the Ac: provides. 

"(5) The attending physician shall not complete a certificate of involuntary adm.ssion or a 

certificate of renewal unless, after he has examined the patient, he is of the oprmon both. 

(a) that the patient is suffering from mental disorder of a nature or quality thai hkeiy will 
result in. 

(i) serious bodily harm to the patient. 

(ii) serious bodily harm to another person, or 

(iii) imminent and serious physical impairment of the patient. 

unless the patient remains in the custody of a psychiatric facility: and 

(b) that the patient is not suitable for admission or continuation as an informal or voluntary 
patient.'* 

Subsections 8a(l). (2). (3). (4) and (5) of the Act provide, 

"(1) A child who is twelve years of age or older but less than sixteen years of age. who is an 
informal patient in a psychiatric facility and who has not so applied within the preceding 
three months may apply in the prescribed form to the review board to inquire into whether 
the child -eeds observation, care and treatment in the psychiatric facility. 

(2) Upon the completion of six months after the later of the child's admission to the psychiatric 
facility as an informal patient or the child's last application under subsection ( 1 ), the child 
shall be deemed to have applied to the review board in the prescribed form pursuant to 
subsection ( 1 ) . 

(3) In determining whether the child needs observation, care and treatment in the psychiatric 
facility, the review board shall consider. 

(a) whether the child needs observation, care and treatment of a kind that the psychiatric 
facility can provide; 

(b) whether the child's needs can be adequately met if the chikj is not an informal patient in 
the psychiatric facility: 

<c) whether there is an available alternative to the psychiatric facility in which the child's 
needs could be more appropriately met: 

(d) the child's views and wishes, where they can be .'easonably ascertained: and 

(e) any other matter that the review board considers relevant. 
(4) The review board by an order in writing may, 

(a) direct that the child be discharged from the psychiatric facility: or 

(b) confirm that the child may be continued as an informal patient in the psychiatric facility. 

(51 Nothing in this section prevents a physician from completing a certificate of involuntary 
admission in respect of the child." 



1513 



3794 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 391/87 

Clause 35(2) (b) of the Act provides, 

"(2) Psychiatric and other related medical treatment shall 
not be given to a patient, 

(b) where the patient is not mentally competent, 

(i) without the consent of a person 

authorized by section la to consent on 
behalf of the patient, 

(ii) unless the review board has made an order 
authorizing the giving of the specified 
psychiatric and other related medical 
treatment, or 

(iii) unless a physician certifies in writing 

that there is imminent and serious danger 
to the life, a limb or a vital organ of 
the patient requiring immediate treatment 
and the physician believes that delay in 
obtaining consent would endanger the 
life, a limb or a vital organ of the 
patient. " 

Subsection 29a (14) of the Act provides, 

"(14) A patient determined or presumed to be not mentally 
competent for the purpose of this section or section 29 may 
apply in the prescribed form to the review board to inquire 
into whether the patient is not mentally competent." 

Subsection 36(1) of the Act provides, 

"36. — (1) Forthwith upon t^o admission of a patient to a 
psychiatric facility, a physician shall examine the patient 
to determine whether or not he is competent to manage his 
estate. " 

Subsection 35a (1) of the Act provides, 

"35a. — (1) The attending pliysician of an involuntary 
patient may apply to the review board for an order 
authorizing the giving of specified psychiatric and other 
related medical treatment to the patient whore the patient 
is not mentally competent, 

(a) if a person authorized under section la to 
consent to such treatment on the patient's 
behalf has refused to consent; or 

(b) under the circumstances described in subsection 
la(4). 



1514 



O. Reg. 391/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3795 

Section 30j of the Act provides. 

"(1) An attending physician who completes a certificate of involuntary admission or j certificate 
of renewal shail give or transmit a notice in writing of completion and filing of the certificate 
to the patient who is subject of the certificate and to the area director for the area, in 
accordance with the Legal Aid Act, in which the psychiatric facility is located. 

(lal A physician who determines that a patient is not mentally competent to consent to treatment. 
to examine a clinical record or to manage his estate shall give or transmit a notice in writing of 
that determination to the patient and to the area director, in accordance with the Legsl Aid 
Act, in which the psychiatric facility is located. 

(lb) The officer in charge shall give or transmit a notice in writing of the child's right to apply to 
the review board under section 8a of the Act to the child and to the area director for the area. 
in accordance with the Legal Aid Act, in which the psychiatric facility is located. 

(Ic) The attending physician of a person who is the subject of an application 
for assessment under section 9 or of an order under section 26 shall give 
or transmit to the person written notice of the application or order. 

(Id) A physician who applies to the review board for an order authorizing the 
giving of a specified psychiatric and other related raedical treatment to 
a patient shall give or transmit written notice of the application to the 
patient and to the area director for the area, in accordance with the 
Legal Aid Act, in which the psychiatric facility is located. 

(le) The notices specified in subsections (1), (lb) and (Ic) , excluding the 
notice to the area director, shall inform the patient or person, 

(a) of the reasons for the detention; and 

(b) that he or she has the right to retain and instruct counsel without 
delay. 

(21 A notice under subsection (1), (la) c.- (lb) shall inform the patient and the area director that 
the patient or any person on his behalf is entitled to a hearing by the review board if the 
patient or the person gives or transmits to the officer in charge or to the revie.v board notice 
in writing requiring a hearing and the patient or the person .nay so require such a hearing." 

Subsection 336( 1 ) of the Act provides, 

"Where the review board receives notice in writing placing a matter before it for decision, it shall 
appoint a time and place for and hold a hearing." 

O. Reg. 391/87, s. 14, part. 



ISIS 



3796 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 391/87 

15. — (1) The heading to Form 35 of the said Regulation, as made by section 21 of Ontario 
Regulation 734/86, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

APPLICATION TO REVIEW BOARD TO EXTEND TIME PERIOD FOR 
CONDUCTING OR COMPLETING A REVIEW OF A FORM 3 OR A FORM 4 

(2) The said Form 35 is further amended by striking out "see note" in the sixth and seventh 
lines. 

(3) The note to the said Form 35 is revoked. 

16. Forms 36 and 37 of the said Regulation, as made by section 21 of Ontario Regulation 
734/86, are revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

Form 36 

Mental Health Act 

NOTICE UNDER SUBSECTION lb (4) OF THE ACT 
OF RIGHT TO APPOINT A REPRESENTATIVE 



To: 



See Note 1 (name of patient) 

See Notes You have the right to appoint someone to give or refuse consent i| 
2 and 3 on your behalf under the Mental Health Act . 



If you do not appoint someone and you become mentally 
incompetent to consent, a relative or the Official Guardian will 
serve in this capacity if available and willing to do so. 

Once appointed, your representative must act in accordance with 
your wishes (expressed when competent) and in accordance with 
your best interests, if your representative does not know of any 
such wishes. 



Appointment forms are available at 



For more information, contact 



(name the psychiatric facility) 



(name of person at facility) 



I 



Dated this day of , 19_ 



(signature of attending 
physician) 



(print name of attending 
physician) 



1516 



O. Reg. 391/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3797 

NOTES 

1. Clause l(m) of the Act provides, 

" (m) 'patient' means a person who is under observation, 
care and treatment in a psychiatric facility." 

2. Subsection lb(l) and (4) of the Act provide, 

lb. (1) A person who has attained the age of sixteen years and 
is mentally competent to do so has the right to appoint a 
representative who representative who has attained the age 
of sixteen years and is apparently mentally competent to 
give or refuse consent on behalf of the person for the 
purpose of paragraph 2 of subsection la (1) . 



(4) The attending physician shall inform the patient in 
writing of the patient's right under subsection (1) within 
forty-eight hours after the patient is admitted or 
registered to the psychiatric facility. 

3. A patient's representative may give or refuse consent on belialf 
of a patient who is not mentally competent if the person has 
attained the age of sixteen years, is apparently mentally 
competent and is available to give or refuse consent. See 
subsection la(l) of the Act. 

The officer in charge of the psychiatric facility in which a 
clinical record was prepared may disclose or transmit the 
clinical record or permit the examination of the clinical record 
by any person with the consent of the patient's representative. 
See subsection 29(3) of the Act. 

Where a patient is not mentally competent, tho patient's 
representative is entitled to examine and copy the clinical 
record of the patient's observation, assessment, care and 
treatment in a psychiatric facility or a copy of that record. 
See subsection 29a(16) of the Act. 

Psychiatric and other related m.edical treatment r.liall not be 
given to a patient where the patient is not mentally competent 
without the consent of a person authorized by section la to 
consent on behalf of the patient. A patient's representative 
can consent on behalf of the patient. See clause 35(2) (b) of 
the Act. 



June 23, 1987 - 224-6-137b 

O. Reg. 391/87, s. 16, part. 



1517 



3798 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Form 37 

Mental Health Act 



O. Reg. 391/8: 




Application to Court 

under Suij^ection 33/'(1c) of the Act 

to Extend Time for Appeal 



To: The Court having jurisdiction to order the extension of the time to conduct or complete an appeal from a 
decision of the review board. 



(prtnt full name of involuntary patieni) 



(print lull name of psychiatric facility) 



(print full name of applicant) 
request that the court order the extension of the time for an appeal/an answer regarding the status 



(print name of patient) 



(signature of applicant) 



(Signature of witness) 



day of 



NOTE: Subsections 33f(l), (la) and (Ic) of the Act provide^ 

"(1) A party to proceedings before a review board may appeal from its deois.o.i in accordance with the 
rules of court to the county or district court of the county or district in which is located the 
psychiatric facility where the patient is detained. 

(lal The appellant shall file a notice of appeal under subsection (1) with proof of soivicf within ten days 
jfter the day the written reasons for decision of the review board ate given anil shall peifect the 
appeal within fourteen days after receiving a copy of the record and trnnsciipt 

( II)) The respondent shall file an answer with proof of service within seven days after the appeal is 
perfected. 

(Ic) The court may by order extend the time for an appeal or an answer under subsection (lal or dbl." 



O. Reg. 391/87, s. 16, pa 



1518 



O. Reg. 391/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3799 

17. The said Regulation is further amended by adding thereto the following Forms: 

Form 39 

Mental Health Act 

PHYSICL\N'S CERTIFICATION OF D.^NGER 
UNDER SUBCL.\USE 35 (2) (b) (iii) OF THE ACT 



See Note 



I, , a physician at 

(name of physician) 

, hereby certify 

(name of psychiatric facility) 

that / who is not mentally 

(name of patient) 

competent to consent to treatment, requires the following 

specified psychiatric and other related medical treatment, if 

any : . 

(specify psychiatric and other related medical 
treatment, if any) 

There is imminent and serious danger to: 



Check 

Box{es) i I life 



I I a limb 

\ I a vital organ 



(specify organ) 

of . 

(name of patient) 

Delay in obtaining consent to this treatment would endanger 



Check 

Box(es) ( { life 



[ ) a limb 

I I a vital organ 



(specify organ) 

of . 

(name of patient) 



(date) (signature of physician) 



1519 



3800 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 391/87 



NOTE 



Subclause 35 (2) (b) (iii) and subsection 35(3) of the Act provide, 

"(2) Psychiatric and other related medical treatment shall 
not be given to a patient. 



(b) where the patient is not mentally competent', 



(iii) unless a physician certifies in 

writing that there is imminent and 
serious danger to the life, a limb or 
a vital organ of the patient 
requiring immediate treatment and the 
physician believes that delay in 
obtaining consent would endanger the 
life, a limb or a vital organ of the 
patient. 



(3) Subclause (2) (b) (iii) only authorizes the giving of 
such treatment as is necessary to preserve the life, a limb 
or a vital organ of the patient." 



O. Reg. 391/87, s. 17, part. 



1520 



O. Reg. 391/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3801 

Form 40 

Mental Health Act 

NOTICE TO PATIENT OF RIGHT TO APPLY 

FOR A REPRESENTATIVE UNDER 

SUBSECTION Ic (2) OF THE ACT 



To: 



See Note 1 (name of patient) 

of 

(home address) 



This is to inform you that on 19 , 

(date of determination) 

I, , 

(name of attending physician) 

have made a determination that you are not mentally competent to 

appoint a representative to give or refuse consent on your 

behalf. 

To my knowledge, you did not appoint a representative for the 
purposes of the Mental Health Act when you were mentally 
competent to do so. 



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3802 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 391/87 

See Notes This is to notify you that you have the right to apply to the 

2, 3 and 4 review board for the appointment of a representative to give 

or refuse such consent. You may apply for a hearing before 

the review board by completing a Form 41 or by writing to 

either the officer in charge of the psychiatric facility 

or the chairman of the panel of 
(name of officer in charge) 

the review board . 



(name of chairman) 

Copies of Form 41 are available at this facility. 

You have the right to suggest to the review board who you want 
to be appointed as your representative. 



(date) (signature of attending physician) 



(print name of attending physician) 



(name of psychiatric facility) 






1522 



Reg. 391/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3803 

NOTES 

1. Clause l(m) of the Act provides, 

"(in) 'patient' means a person who is under observation, 
care and treatment in a psychiatric facility." 

2. Subsection lc(l) of the Act provides, 

"Ic. — (1) A patient who has attained the age of sixteen 
years, is not mentally competent to appoint a 
representative and has not named a representative under 
section lb, has the right to apply to the board for the 
appointment of a representative requested by the patient to 
give or refuse consent on behalf of the patient for the 
purpose of paragraph 2 of subsection la{l)." 



Subsection la (6) of the Act provides, 

"(6) A person authorized to give or refuse consent on 
behalf of a patient shall do so in accordance with the 
wishes of the patient if the person knows that the patient 
expressed any such wishes when apparently mentally 
competent and in accordance with the best interests of the 
patient if the person does not know of any such wishes." 



A patient's representative may give or refuse consent on behalf 
of a patient who is not mentally competent if the person has 
attained the age of sixteen years, is apparently nentally 
competent and is available to give or refuse consent. See 
subsection la(l) of the Act. 

The officer in charge of the psychiatric facility in which a 
clinical record was prepared may disclose or transmit the 
clinical record or permit the examination of the clinical record 
by any person with the consent of the patient's representative. 
See subsection 29(3) of the Act. 

Where a patient is not mentally competent, the patient's 
representative is entitled to examine and copy the clinical 
record of the patient's observation, assessment, care and 
treatment in a psychiatric facility or a copy of that record. 
See subsection 29a (16) of the Act. 

Psychiatric and other related medical treatment shall not be 
given to a patient where the patient is not mentally competent 
without the consent of a person authorized by section la to 
consent on behalf of the patient. A patient's representative 
can consent on behalf of the patient. See clause 35(2) (b) of 
the Act. 

O. Reg. 391/87, s. 17, part. 



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3804 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 391/8: 

Form 41 

Mental Health Act 

APPLICATION TO REVIEW BOARD 

TO APPOINT A REPRESENTATIVE UNDER 

SUBSECTION Ic (1) OF THE ACT 



To: The Chairman of the panel of 

the review board having jurisdiction 
for: 

(name of psychiatric facility) 



Re: 



See Note 1 (name of patient) 

of 



(home address) 
I, 



(name of patient) 

See Note 2 hereby apply for the appointment of a representative to give or 
refuse consent under the Mental Health Act on my behalf. 

See Note 3 This appointment is subject to the following conditions and 
restrictions, if any: 



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O Re? 391/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3805 

I wish the review board to appoint 



See Note 3 (name of desired representative) 

|! as my representative. 

I 

! His/Her telephone number is (Home) 



(Work) 



and his/her address is 



(date) (signature o£ patient) 



NOTES 



1. Subsection l(m) of the Act provides, 

" (m) 'patient' means a person who is under observation, 
care and treatment in a psychiatric facility." 



2. Subsections lc(l), (5), (6) and (7) provide, 

"lc(l) A patient who has attained the age of sixteen 
years, is not mentally competent to appoint a 
representative and has not named a reprcisentative under 
section lb, has the right to apply to the board for the 
appointment of a representative requested by the patient to 
give or refuse consent on behalf of the patient for the 
purpose of paragraph 2 of subsection la(l). 



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3806 ' THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 391/87 

(5) The board shall appoint a person as a representative 
for a patient only if the patient approves of the 
appointment and the board is satisfied that the person, 

(a) has attained the age of sixteen years; 

(b) is apparently mentally competent to give or 
refuse consent on behalf of the patient; 

(c) consents to the appointment; and 

(d) in the board's opinion it is in the patient's 
interest to appoint the person as a 
representative. 

(6) The board may appoint a person other than the person 
requested by the patient to be the patient's 
representative. 

(7) An appointment made by the board may be subject to 
such conditions and restrictions, if any, as are approved 
by the patient, set out in the appointment and not 
inconsistent with this Act." 



3. A patient's representative may give or refuse consent on behalf 
of a patient who is not mentally competent if the person has 
attained the age of sixteen years, is apparently mentally 
competent and is available to give or refuse consent. See 
subsection la(l) of the Act. 

The officer in charge of the psychiatric facility in which a 
clinical record was prepared may disclose or transmit the 
clinical record or permit the examination of the clinical record 
by any person with the consent ot the patient's representative. 
See subsection 29(3) of the Act. 

Where a patient is not mentally competent, the patient's 
representative is entitled to examine and copy the clinical 
record of the patient's observation, assessment, care and 
.treatment in a psychiatric facility or a copy of that record. 
See subsection 29a(16) of the Act. 

Psychiatric and other related medical treatment shall not be 
given to a patient where the patient is not mentally competent 
without the consent of a person authorized by section la to 
consent on behalf of the patient. A patient's representative 
can consent on behalf of the patient. See clause 35(2) (b) of 
the Act. 

June 22, 1987 - 224-6-241c 

O. Reg. 391/87, s. 17, paH. 



i' 



1526 



O. Reg. 391/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3807 

Form 42 

Mental Health Act 

NOTICE TO PATIENT UNDER SUBSECTION 30a (Ic) OF THE ACT 

OF APPLICATION FOR PSYCHLATRIC ASSESSMENT UNDER 

SECTION 9 OR SECTION 26 OF THE ACT 



PART A (COMPLETE ONLY IF APPROPRIATE) 



To; 



of 



(name of person) 



(home address) 



This is to inform you that 



(name of physician) 



examined you on 19 and has made an 

(date of examination) 

application for you to have a psychiatric assessment. 



See Note 1 That physician has certified that he/she has reasonable cause to 

believe that you have: 

Check 

Box (es) threatened or attempted or are threatening or attempting 

j J to cause bodily harm to yourself; 

behaved or are behaving violently towards another person 
1 I or have caused or are causing another person to fear 
bodily harm from you; or 

shown or are showing a lack of competence to care for 
j ) yourself. 



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3808 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 391/87 

and that you are suffering from a mental disorder of a nature or 
quality that likely will result in: 

Check 

Box(es) I } serious bodily harm to yourself; 

I I serious bodily harm to another person; or 

I I imminent and serious physical impairment of you. 

The application is sufficient authority to hold you in custody 
in this hospital for up to 72 hours. 

You have the right to retain and instruct a lawyer without 
delay. 



(date) (signature of attending physician) 



PART B (COMPLETE ONLY IF APPROPRIATE) 



To: 



of 



(name of person) 



(home address) 



This is to inform you that 



(name of Minister of Health) 
See Note 2 Minister of Health for the Province of Ontario, has reasonable 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3809 



cause to believe that you are suffering from a mental disorder 
of a nature or quality that likely will result in: 



Check 
Box (es) 



) I serious bodily harm to yourself; or 
/ I serious bodily harm to another person 



unless you are placed in the custody of a psychiatric facility 
and has by Order dated , 19 



(date of order) 
authorized your custody in a psychiatric facility for up to 72 
hours. 



You have the right to retain and instruct a lawyer without 
delay. 



(date) 



(signature of attending physician) 



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3810 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 391/87 

NOTES 

1. Subsection 9(1) of the Act provides, 

"9. — (1) where a physician examines a person and has reasonabi 
cause to believe that the person, 

(a) has threatened or attempted or is threatening or 
attempting to cause bodily harm to himself; 

(b) has behaved or is behaving violently towards another 
person or has caused or is causing another person to 
fear bodily harm from him; or 

(c) has shown or is showing a lack of competence to care 
for himself, 

and if in addition the physician is of the opinion that the 
person is apparently suffering from mental disorder of a nature 
or quality that likely will result in, 

(d) serious bodily harm to the person; 

(e) serious bodily harm to another person; or 

(f) imminent and serious physical impairment of the 
person, 

the physician may make application in the prescribed form for a 
psychiatric assessment of the person. 



Section 26 of the Act provides, 

"26. Where the Minister has reasonable cause to believe that 
there may come or be brought into Ontario a person suffering 
from mental disorder of a nature or quality that likely will 
result in, 

(a) serious bodily harm to the person; or 

(b) serious bodily harm to another person. 



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O Reg 391/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3811 

unless the person is placed in the custody of a psychiatric 
facility, the Minister by an order in the prescribed form may 
authorize any one to ta)ce the person in custody to a psychiatric 
facility and the order is authority to admit, detain, restrain, 
observe and examine the person in the psychiatric facility." 

3. Subsections 30a (Ic) and (le) of the Act provide, 

" (Ic) The attending physician of a person who is the subject of 
an application for assessment under section 9 or of an order 
under section 26 shall give or transmit to the person written 
notice of the application or order. 



(le) The notices specified in subsections (1), (lb) and (Ic) , 
excluding the notice to the area director, shall inform the 
patient or person, 

(a) of the reasons for the detention; and 

(b) that he or she has the right to retain and instruct 
counsel without delay." 

O. Reg. 391/87, s. 17, part. 



15S1 



3812 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

F"orm 43 

Mental Health Act 

NOTICE TO PATIENT 

UNDER SUBSECTION 30a (Id) OF THE ACT 

OF APPLICATION FOR TREATMENT 



O. Reg. 391/87 



To: 



of 



(name of involuntary patient) 



(home address) 



See Note This is to inform you that on 
I, 



, 19 



(date of application) 
, your attending 



(name of physician) 

physician, applied to the review board having jurisdiction 

for for an order 

(name of psychiatric facility) 

authorizing the following specified psychiatric treatment 

or other related medical treatment, if any 



(specify proposed psychiatric treatment and otlier related 
medical treatment, if any) 



for a period of 



(indicate proposed duration of order) 



1532 



0. Reg. 391/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3813 



You were determined not to be mentally competent to consent to 
treatment. Consent to the proposed treatment was refused by: 



You are a party to this hearing and have the right to 
attend, with or without a lawyer, and to give evidence. 
The person who has refused consent to the proposed treatment 
is also a party to the hearing. 

You will be notified as to when the hearing will take place. 



Date the 



day of 



, 19 



(signature of attending physician) 



For further information or assistance with anything mentioned in 
this notice, please contact: 



(name of appropriate staff member) 



(telephone number) 



(name of psychiatric facility) 



NOTE 



Subsection 30a (Id) of the Act provides, 

"(Id) A physician who applies to the review board for 
an order authorizing the giving of specified 
psychiatric and other related medical treatment to a 
patient shall give or transmit written notice of the 
application to the patient and to the area director 
for the area, in accordance with the Legal Aid Act , in 
which the psychiatric facility is located." 



O. Reg. 391/87, s. 17, part. 



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3814 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Form 44 

Mental Health Act 



O. Reg. 391/87 



APPOINTMENT OF A REPRESENTATIVE 
UNDER SUBSECTION lb (1) OF THE ACT 



of 



(name of officer in charge) (name of psychiatric facility) 



I, 



, of 



(name of person appointing 
representative) 



(home address) 



See Notes 
1 and 2 



hereby appoint 



representative. 



to be my 



(name of representative] 



My relationship with my representative is that of: 



I I family member 

Check Box (please specify relationship) 



I I friend 



I I other 



(please specify) 



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0. Reg. 391/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



My representative's address is 



3815 



and his/her telephone number is: (Home) 

(Work) 



This appointment is subject to the following conditions 
See Notes and restrictions, if any: 
3 and 7 



Dated this 



day of 



, 19 



(signature of witness) 



(signature of person) 



(print name of witness) 



(print name of person) 



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3816 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 391/87 

NOTES 

1. Subsection lb(l) of the Act provides, 

" (1) A person who has attained the age of sixteen years 
and is mentally competent to do so has the right to appoint 
a representative who has attained the age of sixteen years 
and is apparently mentally competent to give or refuse 
consent on behalf of the person for the purpose of 
paragraph 2 of subsection la(l)." 

2. Subsection la(6) of the Act provides, 

"(6) A person authorized to give or refuse consent on 
behalf of a patient shall do so in accordance with the 
wishes of the patient if the person knows that the patient 
expressed any such wishes when apparently mentally 
competent and in accordance with the best interests of the 
patient if the person does not know of any such wishes." 

3. Subsection lb(3) of the Act provides, 

"(3) An appointment may be subject to such conditions and 
restrictions, if any, as are contained in it and not 
inconsistent with this Act." 



Subsection lb(7) of the Act provides, 

"(7) If a patient gives or transmits to the officer in 

charge a statement in writing appointing a representative, . 

the officer in charge shall transmit the statement to the | 
representative forthwith." 



5. Subsection lb{2) of the Act provides, 

"(2) An appointment of a representative shall be made in 
writing in the presence of a witness." 









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O. Reg. 391/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3817 

6. Subsection lb(8) of the Act provides, 

"(8) A person who has appointed a represenative may revoke 

in writing the appointment and may appoint in writing a new 

representative while mentally competent to do so, and 

subsection (7) applies with necessary modifications in 

respect of the revocation and new appointment." 



A patient's representative may give or refuse consent on behalf 
of a patient who is not mentally competent if the person has 
attained the age of sixteen years, is apparently mentally 
competent and is available to give or refuse consent. See 
subsection la(l) of the Act. 

The officer in charge of the psychiatric facility in which a 
clinical record was prepared may disclose or transmit the 
clinical record or permit the examination of the clinical record 
by any person with the consent of the patient's representative. 
See subsection 29(3) of the Act. 

Where a patient is not mentally competent, the patient's 
representative is entitled to examine and copy the clinical 
record of the patient's observation, assessment, care and 
treatment in a psychiatric facility or a copy of that record. 
See subsection 29a (16) of the Act. 

Psychiatric and other related medical treatment shall not be 
given to a patient where the patient is not mentally competent 
without the consent of a person authorized by section la to 
consent on behalf of the patient. A patient's representative 
can consent on behalf of the patient. See clause 35(2) (b) 
of the Act. 

O. Reg. 391/87, s. 17, pari. 



1537 



3818 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Form 45 

Mental Health Act 

TRANSITIONAL NOTICE 

UNDER SUBSECTION lb (S) OF THE ACT 

OF RIGHT TO APPOINT A REPRESENTATIVE 



O. Reg. 391/87 



See Note 1 To: 



(name of patient) 



See Notes 2 You have the right to appoint someone to give or refuse consent 
and 3 on your behalf. 

If you do not appoint someone and you become mentally 
incompetent to consent, a relative or the Official Guardian will 
serve in this capacity if available and willing to do so. 



Once appointed, your representative must act in accordance with 
your wishes (expressed when competent) and in accordance with 
your best interests, if your representative does not know of any 
such wishes. 

Appointment forms are available at 



(name of psychiatric facility) 



For more information, contact 



(name of person at facility) 



(name of facility) 
Dated this day of 



, 19 



(signature of officer in charge) 



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i.O. Reg. 391/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 392/87 3819 



NOTES 

Clause 1 (m) of the Act provides, 

" (m) 'patient' means a person who is under observation, 
care and treatment in a psychiatric facility." 



Subsection lb(5) provides, 

"(5) As soon as practicable, the officer in charge shall 
inform all persons who are patients of the facility at the 
time of the coming into force of this section in writing of 
their rights under subsection (1)." 

The right under subsection (1) is the right to appoint a 
personal representative for the giving or refusing consent on 
behalf of the person. 



A patient's representative may give or refuse consent on behalf 
of a patient who is not mentally competent if the person has 
attained the age of sixteen years, is apparently mentally 
competent and is available to give or refuse consent. See 
subsection la(l) of the Act. 

The officer in charge of the psychiatric facility in which a 
clinical record was prepared may disclose or transmit the 
clinical record or permit the examination of the clinical record 
by any person with the consent of the patient's representative. 
See subsection 29(3) of the Act. 

Where a patient is not mentally competent, the patient's 
representative is entitled to examine and copy the clinical 
record of the patient's observation, assessment, care and 
treatment in a psychiatric facility or a copy of that record. 
See subsection 29a (16) of the Act. 

Psychiatric and other related medical treatment shall not be 
given to a patient where the patient is not mentally competent 
without the consent of a person authorized by section la to 
consent on behalf of the patient. A patient's representative 
can consent on behalf of the patient. See clause 35(2) (b) of 
the Act. 



June 22, 1987 - 224-6-241 



(2170) 



O. Reg. 391/87, s. 17, part. 
29 



LANDLORD AND TENANT ACT 

O. Reg. 392/87. 
Summar>- of Part IV of the Act. 
Made — ^June 30th, 1987. 
Filed— July 2nd, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 549 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LANDLORD AND TENANT ACT 



1. Subsection 4 (1) of the Schedule to 
Regulation 549 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 



(1) The landlord may demand a security deposit equal 
to the rent for one rent period (for example, a month, a 
week or a day, depending on the tenancy). If the rent 
period is longer than a month, the security deposit is 
limited to one months rent. The landlord must pa> the 
tenant 6 per cent interest annually, as long as the land- 
lord holds this mone\-. When the tenant leaves, at the 
expiration of the term of the lease, rent for the last rent 
period has already been paid. 



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3820 O. Reg. 392/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 396/87 



2. Subsection 7(1) of the said Schedule is 
amended by inserting the following 
sentences after "given" in the second- 
last line: 

A tenancy agreement may also require the landlord to 
clean the rental premises. In that case, the landlord may 
enter to clean the premises as the agreement requires. 

3. Subsection 14 (2) of the said Schedule is 
amended by inserting after "days" in the 
fourth line "(in the case of a daily or 
weekly tenancy, seven days)" and by 
inserting after "days" in the fifth line 
"(in the case of a daily or weekly tenan- 
cy, seven days)". 



(2171) 



29 



LANDLORD AND TENANT ACT 

O. Reg. 393/87. 

Classes of Accommodation Deemed Not 

to be Residential Premises. 
Made— June 30th, 1987. 
Filed— July 2nd, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 547 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LANDLORD AND TENANT ACT 

1. Paragraph 3 of section 2 of Regulation 
547 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980 is revoked. 



(2172) 



29 



LANDLORD AND TENANT ACT 

O. Reg. 394/87. 

Forms. 

Made— June 30th, 1987. 

Filed— July 2nd, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 548 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LANDLORD AND TENANT ACT 

1. Form 4 of Regulation 548 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 



amended by section 3 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 317/85, is further amended by, 

(a) inserting after "14 days'' in the fifteenth 
line "(/« the case of a daily or weekly 
tenancy, within 7 days)"; 

(b) inserting after "twentieth day" in the 
first line of Note 1 "(in the case of a 
daily or weekly tenancy, the seventh 
day)"; 

(c) inserting after "15th day" in the first 
line of Note 3 "(in the case of a daily 
or weekly tenancy, the 8th day)". 

(2173) 29 

FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

O. Reg. 395/87. 
Restricted Fire Zones. 
Made— July 2nd, 1987. 
Filed— July 2nd, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 351/87 

MADE UNDER THE 

FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

1. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 351/87 
is revoked. 

Robert J. Burgar 

Acting Deputy Minister of 

Natural Resources 

Dated at Toronto, this 2nd day of July, 1987. 

(2174) 29 

RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

O. Reg. 396/87. 
Definitions by Minister. 
Made— June 30th, 1987. 
Filed— July 2nd, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 903 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

Subsection 8 (2) of Regulation 903 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 



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O. Reg. 396/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3821 



as remade by section 4 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 568/83, is revoked. 

2. Subsection 22 (1) of the said Regulation 
is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(1) The Minister may rebate to a person engaged in 
the business of farming in respect of tax paid on the 
purchase before the 17th day of Januan,', 1987 of materi- 
als incorporated into structures used exclusive!} to dry- 
grain or into farm grain storage bins an amount calcu- 
lated in accordance with subsection (2) or (3). O. Reg. 
■ 87, s. 2. 

3. Section 23 of the said Regulation, as 
made b> section 1 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 568/83, is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefon 

23. — (1) In this section, 
"bus" means a motor vehicle that is designed to carry, 

(a) ten or more persons who are not confined to 
wheelchairs and that is used to pro\ade trans- 
portation, or 

(b) three or more persons who are confined to 
wheelchairs and that is used to provide trans- 
portation for persons with physical disabilities; 

"date of the sale" in the case of a long-term lease means 
the commencement date of the lease; 

long-term lease" means a lease of a motor vehicle for a 
term of twelve months or longer. 

(2) For the purposes of an application under subsec- 
tion (3), the purchaser of a motor vehicle includes a 
purchaser who acquires title to the motor vehicle and a 
purchaser who leases the motor vehicle under a long- 
ferm lease. 

3) UTiere a rebate of tax is sought under the provi- 
sions of clause 45 (3) (i) of the Act on or after the 1 7th day 
of Januar>-, 1987, an application for the rebate shall be 
made to the Minister in writing. 

(4) Ever>- application for a rebate under this section 
shall be accompanied by, 

(a) in the case of a rebate pro\-ided for under sub- 
clause 45 (3) (i) (i) of the Act, for a motor vehi- 
cle purchased to operate on an alternative fuel, 

(i) a copy of the purchase or long-term 
lease contract for the motor vehicle in 
respect of which a rebate is claimed, 
that sets out the purchase price or lease 
payments and the tax paid by the 
applicant on the purchase or lease, as 
the case may be, or, where no written 



purchase contract has been executed, a 
copy of the form prescribed in section 
10, 

(ii) proof of the amount of tax paid on the 
purchase of the motor vehicle with 
respect to which the rebate is claimed, 
and 

(iii) in the case of a previously owned motor 
vehicle, a copy of the safety standards 
certificate with respect to a motor vehi- 
cle using propane or a statement from 
the person licensed to issue such certifi- 
cate under the authority of the Highway 
Traffic Act, regarding the t>-pe of alter- 
native fuel source with respect to a 
motor vehicle using any other form of 
energ> described in sub-subclause 45 (3) 
(i) (i) (A) or (B) of the Act; 

(ft) in the case of a rebate provided for under sub- 
clause 45 (3) (i) (ii) of the Act, for a motor vehi- 
cle converted to operate on an alternative fuel, 
the documents required under clause (a) and, 

(i) a copy of the purchase contract for the 
conversion of the motor vehicle that 
shows the date on which the conversion 
took place and the tax paid by the 
applicant, and 

(ii) a copy of the inspection report made 
under the Highway Traffic Act for a 
motor vehicle converted to operate on 
propane or a statement by the person 
who made the conversion regarding the 
t>'pe of alternative fuel source installed; 
or 

(c) in the case of a rebate provided for under sub- 
clause 45 (3) (i) (iii) of the Act, for tangible 
personal property sold as a conversion kit, 
including the labour provided to install the 
conversion kit, the documents required under 
clause (ft). 

(5) The Minister may, upon receipt of an application 
in writing therefor, rebate the tax paid under the Act to 
the purchaser of, 

(a) a motor vehicle purchased to operate in the 
manner described in sub-subclause 45 (3) (i) (i) 
(A) or (B) of the Act; 

(ft) a motor vehicle and any tangible personal 
property sold as a conversion kit, including the 
labour provided to install the conversion kit, 
where the Minister is satisfied that the purch- 
aser or lessor of the motor vehicle has entered 
into a contract for the conversion of the motor 
vehicle within thirty da>s of the date of the sale 
of the motor vehicle and the motor vehicle is 
converted to permit it to operate in the manner 
described in sub-subclause 45 (3) (i) (i) (A) or (B) 



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3822 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Res. 396/87 



of the Act within ninety days of the date of the 
sale of the motor vehicle; or 

(c) tangible personal property sold as a conversion 
kit, including the labour provided to install the 
conversion kit, where the purchaser has not 
entered into a contract for the conversion of the 
motor vehicle within thirty days of the date of 
the sale of the motor vehicle or the motor vehi- 
cle has not been converted to permit it to oper- 
ate in the manner described in sub-subclause 
45 (3) (i) (i) (A) or (B) of the Act within ninety 
days of the date of the sale of the motor vehicle. 

(6) A rebate under subsection (5) shall not exceed, 

(a) in the case of a motor vehicle that is not a bus 
and that uses or is converted to use propane, 

$750; and 

(b) in the case of a motor vehicle that is not a bus 
and that uses or is converted to use a form of 
energy described in sub-subclause 45 (3) (i) (i) 
(A) or (B) of the Act, other than propane, 
$1,000. 

(7) A claim for a rebate under this section made by a 
purchaser who is leasing a motor vehicle that is not a bus 
under a long-term lease shall not be made more than 
once in a twelve-month period and the total of all such 
claims made, including any option to purchase exercised 
by the same purchaser, with respect to the same motor 
vehicle shall not exceed the lesser of, 

(a) the tax paid under the Act by the purchaser 
with respect to the leasing of the motor vehicle; 
and 

(b) with respect to a motor vehicle that uses or is 
converted to use, 

(i) propane, $750, or 

(ii) a form of energy described in sub-sub- 
clause 45 (3) (i) (i) (A) or (B) of the Act, 
other than propane, $1,000. 

(8) No rebate shall be made under this section unless 
the application therefor is made within three years after 
the date of payment of the tax in respect of which the 
rebate is claimed. O. Reg. 396/87, s. 3. 



4. The said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following section: 

23a. — (1) Under the provisions of clause 45 (3) (j) of 
the Act, the Minister may, upon receipt of an application 
in writing therefor, rebate the tax paid under the Act to 
the purchaser of a motor vehicle and any tangible per- 
sonal property sold as a conversion kit, including the 
labour provided to install the conversion kit, where. 



contract for the conversion of the motor vehicle 
within thirty days of the date of the sale of the 
motor vehicle and the motor vehicle is con- 
verted to permit it to operate in the manner 
described in sub-subclause 45 (3) (i) (i) (A) or (B) 
of the Act within ninety days of the date of sale 
of the motor vehicle; and 

(b) delivery of the motor vehicle is taken by the 
purchaser on or after the 19th day of 
December, 1986 and before the 17th day of 
January, 1987. 

(2) Every application for a rebate under subsection (1) 
shall be accompanied by the documents required under 
clauses 23 (4) (a) and (b). 

(3) No rebate shall be made under this section unless 
the application therefor is made within three years after 
the date of payment of the tax in respect of which the 
rebate is claimed. O. Reg. 396/87, s. 4. 

5. Section 25 of the said Regulation, exclu- 
sive of the clauses, as made by section 
11 of Ontario Regulation 568/83, is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

25. The records required by the Act and this Regula- 
tion to be kept by a vendor, manufacturer, wholesaler, 
importer, jobber and agent may be destroyed if written 
authorization has been obtained from the Minister or. 



(a) the Minister is satisfied that the purchaser or 
lessor of the motor vehicle has entered into a 



(2 

1542 



6. Schedule 1 to the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the follow- 
ing item: 

27. Science North 

7. — (1) Sections 2 and 3 of this Regulation 
shall be deemed to have come into force 
on the 17th day of January, 1987. 

(2) Section 4 of this Regulation shall bi 
deemed to have come into force on tlu 
19th day of December, 1986. 

(3) Section 6 of this Regulation shall be 
deemed to have come into force on the 
1st day of June, 1985. 

Robert Nixon 
Minister of Revenue 

Dated at Toronto, this 30th day of June, 1987. 

175) 2''i 



O. Reg. 397/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 398/87 3823 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 397/87. 

Parking. 

Made — ^June 17th, 1987. 

FUed— July 3rd. 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 477 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Paragraph 1 of Schedule 49 of Appen- 
dix A to Regulation 477 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is revoked 
and the following substituted therefon 

1. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 
101 in the locaUt>^ of South Porcupine in the City of 
Timmins in the Territorial District of Cochrane King 
between a point situate 190 metres measured westerly 
from its intersection with the centre line of the roadway 
known £is Legion Drive and a point situate 485 metres 
measured easterly from its intersection with the centre 
line of the roadway known as Crawford Street. 

2. Appendix A to the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the follow- 
ing schedule: 

Schedule 82 

fflGHWAY NO. 30 

1 . That part of the King's Highway known as No. 30 
in the Township of Se>Tnour, Count>- of Northumber- 
land, begiiming at a point situate 500 metres measured 
southerly from its intersection with the 5 th Line of 
Seymour Township and extending southerly therealong 
for a distance of 1100 metres. O. Reg. 397/87, s. 2. 

Edw.^rd Fulton 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 17th day of June, 1987. 

(2176) 29 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 398/87. 
Speed Limits. 
Made— June 17th, 1987. 
Filed— July 3rd, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 490 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TILAFFIC ACT 

— (1) Paragraph 13 of Part 2 of 
Schedule 23 to Regulation 490 of 
Re^^sed Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as remade by subsection 1 (2)' of 
Ontario Regulation 90/84, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefon 



District of 
Sudburv' — 

Twp. of 
Baldwin 



13. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 1 7 in the Township of Baldwin in 
the Territorial I>istrict of Sudbur\- hnng 
between a point situate 460 metres mea- 
sured westerly from its intersection with 
the centre line of the roadway known as 
Hardwood Road in the hamlet of 
McKerrow and a point situate 530 
metres measured easterly from its inter- 
section with the centre line of the King's 
Highway known as No. 6. 



(2) Paragraph 25 of Part 2 of the said 
Schedule 23 is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefon 



District of 
Kenora — 

Twps. of 
Wainwright 
and Langton 



25. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 17 in the Territorial District of 
Kenora King between a point situate 700 
metres measured westerly from its inter- 
section with the line between the 
Townships of Van Home and Wain- 
wright and a point situate 730 metres 
measured easterly from its intersection 
with the King's Highway known as No. 
105 in the Township of Langton. 



(3) Part 2 of the said Schedule 23 is 
amended by adding thereto the follow- 
ing paragraph: 



District of 
Sudbur>- — 

Twp. of 
Baldwin 

Town of 
Webbwood 



48. That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 17 in the Territorial District of 
Sudbiuy lying between a point situate 
470 metres mejisured westerly from its 
intersection with the centre line of the 
King's Highway known as No. 6 in the 
Township of Baldwin and a point 
situate 65 metres measured easterly from 
its intersection with the centre line of the 
roadway known as Mary Street in the 
Town of Webbwood. 



(4) Part 4 of the said Schedule 23 is 
amended by adding thereto the foUow- 
ing paragraph: 



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3824 O. Reg. 398/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 399/87 



District of 
Kenora — 



3 1 . That part of the King's Highway known 

as No. 17 in the Territorial District of 

Kenora beginning at a point situate at its 

Twps. of intersection with the line between the 

Van Home and townships of Van Home and Wain- 

Wainwright wright and extending westerly there- 

along for a distance of 700 metres. 

Edward Fulton 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 17th day of June, 1987. 

(2177) 29 

LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

O. Reg. 399/87. 

Establishment of Lx)cal Roads Areas — 

Northern and Eastern Regions. 
Made— June 10th, 1987. 
FUed— July 3rd, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 598 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

. Schedule 3 to Regulation 598 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 241/84, is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 



Schedule 3 

SHAKESPEARE LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All of the Township of Shakespeare in the Territorial 
District of Sudbury shown outlined on Ministry of 
Transportation and Communications Plan N- 705-4 filed 
with the Administrative Services Office of the Ministry 
of Transportation and Communications at Toronto on 
the 27th day of April, 1987. O. Reg. 399/87, 
s. 1. 

2. Schedule 4 to the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 318/86, is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 

Schedule 4 

CRERAR, GIBBONS AND BASTEDO 
LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All those portions of the townships of Crerar, Gibbons 
and Bastedo in the Territorial District of Nipissing and 
those portions of the Township of Henry in the Ter- 
ritorial District of Sudbury shown outlined on Ministry 
of Transportation and Communications Plan N-2 70-A 1 1 
filed with the Administrative Services Office of the 
Ministry of Transportation and Communications at 
Toronto on the 27th day of April, 1987. O. Reg. 
399/87, s. 2. 

Edward Fulton 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 10th day of June, 1987. 

(2178) 29 



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O. Reg. 400/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3901 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 



July 25th, 1987 



CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES ACT, 

1984 

O. Reg. 400/87. 

General. 

Made— June 11th, 1987. 

Filed— July 6th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
ONTARIO REGULATION 550/85 

MADE UNDER THE 

CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES 

ACT, 1984 

1, Clause 45 (1) (/) of Ontario Regulation 
550/85 is revoked and the following 
substituted therefon 

(/) ensure that post adoption services are provided 
to a child who is an adopted person, the adop- 
tive family and any other person who is 
direcdy affected by the adopdon where a 
request is made for such ser\ices; 

(fa) ensure that services related to the disclosure of 
information that relates to an adoption are 
provided in accordance with Part VTI of the 
Act; and 

2. The said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following section: 

Adoption Disclosure 

51a. — (1) For the purposes of sections 157 to 158j of 
the Act "identifying information" includes, 

(a) any name, address or telephone number of the 
person; and 

(b) information whose disclosure, alone or in com- 
bination with other information, will in the cir- 
cumstances lead to a name, address or tele- 
phone number of the person. 

(2) For the purposes of sections 157 to 158j of the Act 
"non-identi^ing information" includes, 

(a) background information with respect to, 

(i) the birth parents, birth grandparents 
and birth siblings of the adopted person 



and persons related to the birth parents, 
birth grandparents and birth siblings, 

(ii) the circumstances leading to the adop- 
tion placement of the adopted person, 

(iii) the birth details that relate to the 
adopted person, 

(iv) the care received by the person prior to 
adoption placement, 

(v) the developmental progress of the 
adopted person, 

(vi) the date of the adoption placement, 

(vii) the date of the adoption order, and 

(viii) the adoptive parents and the adoptive 
family; and 

(b) the name of the society or licensee responsible 
for the adoption placement, 

provided that the disclosure of the information alone or 
in combination with other information will not in the 
circumstances lead to a name, address or telephone 
number of the person described in the information, other 
than the name of the society or licensee responsible for 
the adoption placement. 



(3) The following classes of persons are prescribed for 
the purposes of paragraph 5 of subsection 158b (4) of the 
Act; 

1. Legally qualified medical practitioners. 

2. Persons who provide guidance and counselling 
and who have the qualifications of a social 
worker H, social worker EQ, social worker FV 
or a social worker V. 

3. Persons registered as psychologists under the 
Psychologists Registration Act. 

4. Barristers and solicitors. 



(4) The following fee is prescribed for the purposes of 
section 158j of the Act: 

1. For the release of a copy of an adoption order 
under clause 158a (2) (g) of the Act, SI 5. 
O. Reg. 400/87, s. 2. 



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3902 



O. Reg. 400/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 401/87 



3. Section 52 of the said Regulation is 
amended by striking out "and" at the 
end of clause (h), by adding "and" at the 
end of clause («) and by adding thereto 
the following clause: 

(J) to provide counselling services to a person to 
whom the licensee discloses non-identifying 
information under section 158b or IS 8f of the 
Act, 



4. The said Regulation is further amended 
by adding thereto the following section: 

Review Under Section 158h of the Act 

54a. — (1) The Board shall give notice to the parties to 
the review of the date, place and time of the hearing or 
review within twenty days after the Board receives the 
request for a review. 

(2) For the purposes of a review under section lS8h of 
the Act, three members of the Board constitute a 
quorum. O. Reg. 400/87, s. 4. 

5. The heading to section 60 of the said 
Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 



Board 



(2152) 



30 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 401/87. 

Restricted Areas — District of Manitoulin, 
Geographic townships of Campbell, Daw- 
son, Mills and Robinson. 

Made— June 30th, 1987. 

Filed— July 6th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 672/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 672/81 is amended 
by adding thereto the following sections: 

83. — (1) Despite section 13, a mobile home is permit- 
ted on the land described in subsection (2) if it is con- 
structed and used as an extension of the single-family 
dwelling existing on the lemd on the date this section 
comes into force. 



(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in the 
geographic Township of Campbell in the District of 
Manitoulin being that part of the northwest corner of 
Lot 26 in Concession IX described as follows: 

Commencing at the southeast angle of Lx)t 26; 

Thence north along the east limit of Lot 26 a dis- 
tance of ISO feet to a point; 

Thence west parallel with the south limit of Lot 26 a 
distance of 150 feet to a point; 

Thence south parallel with the said east limit of Lot 
26 a distance of ISO feet to a point in the south limit 
of the said Lot; 

Thence east along the south limit of Lot 26 a dis- 
tance of ISO feet to the place of beginning. 

Excepting therefrom that part of the parcel shown 
as part of a Plan of the Department of Highways 
numbered P-2314-7 and registered as No. T-55S1 in 
the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles Divi- 
sion of Manitoulin (No. 31). O. Reg. 401/87, s. 1, 
part. 



84. — (1) Despite section 16, one seasonal dwelling 
may be constructed and used on the land described in 
subsection (2) in addition to the seasonal dwelling exist- 
ing on that land on the day this section comes into force. 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in the 
geographic Township of Campbell in the District of 
Manitoulin being part of Lot 22 in Concession X 
described as follows: 

Commencing at the southwest angle of Lot 22; 

Thence northerly along the westerly boundary of 
Lot 22 a distance of 290 feet to a point; 

Thence easterly along a line drawn parallel with the 
southerly boundary of Lot 22 a distance of S 00 feet 
to a point; 



Thence southerly along a line drawn parallel wii 
the westerly limit of Lot 22 a distance of 290 feet 
a point; 



Thence westerly along the southerly limit of Lot 22 
a distance of 500 feet more or less to the point of 
commencement. O. Reg. 401/87, s. 1, part. 

Pauline Morris 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 



i 



(2 



Dated at Toronto, this 30th day of June, 1987. 
183) 



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i 



O. Reg. 402/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3903 

VITAL STATISTICS ACT 

O. Reg. 402/87. 

General. 

Made— June 18th, 1987. 

FUed— July 6th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 942 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

VITAL STATISTICS ACT 

1. Regulation 942 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding 
thereto the following section: 

73. — (1) For the purposes of section 24a of the Act, 
the information set out in an extract of information from 
an original birth registration is prescribed information. 

(2) An extract of information from an original birth 
registration under section 24a of the Act shall be in Form 
41. 

(3) The fee for an extract of information under section 
24a of the Act is $10. O. Reg. 402/87, s. 1. 

2. The said Regulation is further amended 
by adding thereto the following Form: 



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3904 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Form 41 

Vital Statistics Act 

EXTRACT OF INFORMATION FROM 
ORIGINAL BIRTH REGISTRATION 



O. Reg. 402/87 



The following particulars with respect to 



(name of adopted 



and 



person) 



(name and relationship to 
adopted person) 



and 



(name and relationship to adopted person) 



who are persons who, according to the Registrar of Adoption 

Information under the Child and Family Services Act , 198^ > are 
entitled to disclosure or information under section IbSc of the 
said Act, are particulars that relate to the birth of 

and are on file in the 

(name of adopted person) 

Office of the Registrar General of Ontario: 

1 . Adopted person - 

name at birth ■ 

place of birth 

date of birth 

sex 

2. Biological father - 

name 

place of birth 

age 

address 

3. Biological mother - 

name 

place of birth 

age 

address 



1548 



O. Reg. 402/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 390S 

il. Date of certification of original birth registration 



5. Date of registration of birth 



6. Other information that was requested on the original 

registration of birth, other than information with respect 
to a person who is not entitled to disclosure of 
information under section 158c of the Child and Family 
Services Act, 1984 



Deputy Registrar General 



Dated at Toronto, 

this day of 

, 198.. 



NOTE: The information shown on this extract is the information 
shown on the original registration of birth and does not 
show any changes that have occurred since the making of 
the original registration. 



1549 



3906 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 402/87 

Formule 41 

Loi sur l'état civil 

EXTRAIT DE RENSEIGNEMENTS FIGURANT DANS 
L'ENREGISTREMENT INITIAL DE LA NAISSANCE 

Les détails suivants concernant 

(nom de la personne adoptée) 

et 

(nom et lien avec la personne adoptée) 

et qui, 

(nom et lien avec la personne adoptée) 
selon le registrateur des renseignements sur les adoptions nommé en vertu de 
la Loi de 1984 sur les services à l'enfance et à la famille , ont le droit de 
se voir divulguer des renseignements en vertu de l'article 158c de cette Loi, 

ont trait à la naissance de 

(nom de la personne adoptée) 
et sont conservés au bureau du registraire général de l'Ontario : 

1 . Personne adoptée - 

nom à sa naissance 

lieu de naissance 

date de naissance 

sexe 

2. Père biologique - 

nom 

lieu de naissance 

âge 

adresse 

3. Mère biologique - 

nom 

lieu de naissance 

âge 

adresse 

4. Date de certification de l'enregistrement initial de la naissance ... 



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O. Reg. 402/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3907 

5. Date d'enregistrement de la naissance 

6. Autres renseignements qui étalent demandés pour l'enregistrement Initial 
de la naissance, à l'exclusion des renseignements concernant une 
personne qui n'a pas le droit de se voir divulguer des renseignements en 
vertu de l'article 158c de la Loi de 198U sur les services à l'enfance 
et à la famille 



Reglstraire général adjoint 



Fait à Toronto, 

le 198. 



REMARQUE : Les renseignements figurant dans le présent extrait sont ceux 

qui figurent dans l'enregistrement initial de la naissance. Ils 
ne reflètent donc pas les changements qui se sont produits depuis 
la rédaction de l'enregistrement initial de la naissance. 



O. Reg. 402/87, s. 2. 
(2184) 30 



1551 



3908 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 403/87 



RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

O. Reg. 403/87. 

General. 

Made— June 2Sth, 1987. 

Filed— July 7th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 904 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

1. — (1) Paragraph 26 of section 1 of Reg- 
ulation 904 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

26. "fuel oil that is not taxed under the Fuel Tax 
Act, 1981" includes kerosene and naphtha gas 
when used for heating or lighting; 

(2) Section 1 of the said Regulation is 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing paragraph: 

42. "performer" means a person who takes an 
active part in a performance, but does not 
include a manager, director, producer, 
stagehand, designer, hairdresser or applier of 
makeup; 

(3) Paragraph 46 of the said section 1, as 
remade by subsection 1 (2) of Ontario 
Regulation 232/86, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

46. "prepared food products" means meals, 
lunches, food products sold hot and other 
arrangements of food purchased from an eating 
establishment for consumption on or off the 
premises where the food is sold and includes 
non-alcoholic beverages sold with or without 
other prepared food products and soft drinks 
sold with prepared food products as part of a 
single transaction at a total price that exceeds 
two dollars; 

(4) Paragraph 61a of the said section 1, as 
remade by subsection 1 (3) of Ontario 
Regulation 232/86, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor:" 

61a. "university" means a post-secondary educa- 
tional institution that is, by an Act of the 
Assembly, authorized to grant degrees and 
includes a community college, a college of 
agricultural technology and Ryerson Polytech- 
nical Institute; 



2._(1) Clause 2 (a) of the said Regula- 
tion, as remade by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 655/86, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(a) "install" or "assemble" includes the erection of 
tangible personal property, but does not 
include the erection of scaffolding, formwork, 
hoarding, construction cranes, or temporary 
power or utilities used in the construction, 
renovation, maintenance, restoration or repair 
of real property; 

(2) Section 2 of the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 232/86 and amended by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 655/86, is further 
amended by adding "and" at the end of 
clause ib) and by adding thereto the 
following clause: 

(c) "dismantle" does not include the dismantling of 
scaffolding, formwork, hoarding, construction 
cranes, or temporary power or utilities used in 
the construction, renovation, maintenance, 
restoration or repair of real property. 

3.— (1) Clause 5 (1) (b) of the said Regu- 
lation, as remade by section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 591/84, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(b) taxable services as described in clauses (c) and 
(d) of paragraph 2 1 of section 1 of the Act. 

(2) Subsection 5 (2) of the said Regulation, 
as remade by section 2 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 591/84, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 



(2) When the holder of a "G" permit wishes to pur- 
chase tangible personal property or taxable services as 
described in clauses (c) and (d) of paragraph 2 1 of sec- 
tion 1 of the Act, free of tax, the holder shall notify his 
or her suppHer that he or she is the holder of a "G" 
permit by placing the number thereof on his or her 
purchase order form. O. Reg. 403/87, s. 3 (2). 



I 



4. Section 11 of the said Regulation, as 
amended by section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 476/81 and section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 128/87, is further amended 
by adding thereto the following subsec- 
tion: 

(3) A person authorized by the Minister under section 
11 shall complete and forward to the Minister, for each 
transaction, a retail sales tax receipt or declaration for 
tax exemption form in the prescribed form. O. Reg- 
403/87, s. 4. 



1552 



O. Reg. 403/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 405/87 



3909 



5, Subsection 21a (1) of the said Regula- 
tion, as remade by section 5 of Ontario 
Regulation 311/85, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(1) Subject to subsection (2), the Minister may 
rebate to the governing body of a university the tax 
paid by it before the 17th day of January, 1987 on its 
purchase, for use by the university, of equipment 
designed for use and used exclusively in research or 
investigation, repair parts therefor and labour to 
install or repair such parts or equipment but no rebate 
may be made with respect to such equipment or repair 
parts or labour to install such parts or equipment 
where the equipment is used in the instruction of 
students and no interest shall be paid on the rebate. 
O. Reg. 403/87, s. 5. 

6. Subsection 24 (5) of the said Regula- 
tion, as remade by section 6 of Ontario 
Regulation 311/85, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor. 

(5) The officers of the Ministr>' of Revenue holding 
the positions of, 

(a) Manager, Control and Analysis, Audit; 

(b) Manager, Audit; 

(c) Senior Operations Officer, Audit; 

(d) Suj)ervisor, Audit; and 

(e) Supervisors, Centralized Programs, Services 
and Revenue Control, Retail Sales Tax 
Branch, 

may exercise the powers and perform the duties of the 
Minister under subsections 29 (2) and (3) of the Act. 
O. Reg. 403/87, s. 6. 



7. Section 30 of the said Regulation, as 
amended by section 4 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 249/82, is revoked. 

8. Subsections 1 (2) and (3), and sections 
2, 3, 4 and 5, of this Regulation shall be 
deemed to have come into force on the 
17th day of January, 1987. 



(2187) 



30 



COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 

O. Reg. 404/87. 
District Court of Ontario. 
Made— July 9th, 1987. 
FUed— July 9th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
ONTARIO REGULATION 785/84 

MADE UNDER THE 
COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
785/84, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 138/87, is amended 
by striking out "122" in the first line 
and inserting in lieu thereof "125". 

2. Effective the 31st day of July, 1987, 
section 1 of the said Regulation is 
further amended by striking out "125" 
in the first line and inserting in lieu 
thereof "122". 



(2217) 



30 



HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 405/87. 

General. 

Made— July 9th, 1987. 

FUed— July 9th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 452 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

1.— (1) Item 2 of Table IB of Regulation 452 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 25/87, is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 



On or after the 1st day of 
November, 1986, but before 
the 1st day of January, 1987 



615.34 



20.23 
1553 



872.00 



28.67 



1,487.34 



48.90 



3910 O. Reg. 405/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 406/87 



(2) Item 3 of the said Table IB, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 213/87, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



3. On or after the 1st day of 
January, 1987, but before the 
1st day of February, 1987 . . 



615.34 



20.23 



953.82 



31.36 



1,569.16 



51.S9 



(3) Item 4 of the said Table IB, as made by section I of Ontario Regulation 213/87, ii 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



4. On or after the 1st day of Feb- 
ruary, 1987, but before the 1st 

day of May, 1987 621.78 

5. On or after the 1st day of 

May, 1987 628.29 



20.44 947.38 31.15 1,569.16 51.59 

20.60 945.21 30.99 1,573.50 51.59 



(2218) 



HOMES FOR SPECIAL CARE ACT 

O. Reg. 406/87. 

General. 

Made— July 9th, 1987. 

Filed— July 9th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 501 OF REVISED 

REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
HOMES FOR SPECIAL CARE ACT 

1.— (1) Subsections 41 (2a) and (2b) of 
Regulation 501 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980, as made by subsection 
3 (1) of Ontario Regulation 273/85, are 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 



(2a) Where a resident in an approved home or 
licensed residential home is unable to pay for his or her 
care and maintenance, the Minister may pay to the 
board of the approved home or the licensee of the 
licensed residential home during the period set out in 
Column 1 of Table 2 or 3, as the case requires, the 
amount set out opposite thereto in Column 2 of Table 2 
or 3 for each full month the resident receives care and 
maintenance. 

(26) Where a resident in an approved home or 
licensed residential home is unable to pay for his or her 
care and maintenance, the Minister may pay to the 
board of the approved home or the licensee of the 
licensed residential home during the period set out in 
Column 1 of Table 2 or 3, as the case requires, where the 
resident receives care and maintenance for less than a 
month or for a day or number of days in excess of a full 



month, the amount set out opposite thereto in Column 
of Table 2 or 3 for each day the resident receives ci 
and maintenance. O. Reg. 406/87, s. 1 (1). 



(2) The said section 41 is amended b' 
adding thereto the following subset 
tions: 

{2ka) Where a resident in a licensed nursing home i 
unable to pay for his or her care and maintenance, the 
Minister may pay to the licensee of the licensed nursing 
home during the period set out in Column 1 of Table 3, 

(fl) where the resident qualifies on medicd 
grounds for and receives extended care in aji 
extended care unit, the amount set out opposite 
thereto in Column 4 of Table 3 for each full 
month the resident receives extended care; and 

(b) the amount set out opposite thereto in Column 
6 of Table 3 for each full month the resident 
receives intermediate care. 

{2kb) Where a resident in a licensed nursing home is 
unable to pay for his or her care and maintenance, the 
Minister may pay to the licensee of the licensed nursing 
home during the period set out in Column 1 of Table 3, 

(a) where the resident qualifies on medical 
grounds for and receives extended care in an 
extended care unit for less than a month or for 
a day or number of days in excess of a full 
month, the amount set out opposite thereto in 
Column S of Table 3 for each day the resident 
receives extended care; and 

ib) where the resident receives intermediate care 
for less than a month or for a day or number of 
days in excess of a full month, the amount set 
out opposite thereto in Column 7 of Table 3 for 
each day the resident receives intermediate 
care. O. Reg. 406/87, s. 1 (2). 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3911 



(3) Subsections 41 (21) and (2m) of the said 
Regulation, as made by subsection 3 (1) 
of Ontario Regulation 273/85, are 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

{21) Where a resident in a licensed supportive resi- 
lential care facility- is unable to pay for his or her care 
md maintenance, the Minister may pay to the licensee of 
he licensed supportive residential care facility- during 
he period set out in Column 1 of Table 2 or 3, as the 
ase requires, the amount set out opposite thereto in 
:olumn 12 of Table 2 or Column 8 of Table 3 for each 
Ù11 month the resident receives care and maintenance. 

{2m) Where a resident in a licensed supportive resi- 
lential care facility is unable to pay for his or her care 



and maintenance, the Minister may pay to the licensee of 
the Ucensed supportive residential care faciUty during 
the period set out in Column 1 of Table 2 or 3, as the 
case requires, the amount set out opposite thereto in 
Column 13 of Table 2 or Column 9 of Table 3 for 
each day the resident receives care and maintenance. 
O. Reg. 406/87, s. 1 (3). 

(4) Subsection 41 (4) of the said Regula- 
tion, as amended by subsection 3 (3) of 
Ontario Regulation 273/85, is further 
amended by striking out "subsections 
(1), (2) and (2c) to (2/t)" in the amend- 
ment of Ontario Regulation 273/85 and 
inserting in lieu thereof "subsections 
(1), (2) and (2c) to (Zkb)". 



1555 



3912 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



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O. Reg. 407/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

MENTAL HOSPITALS ACT 

O. Reg. 407/87. 

General. 

Made— July 9th, 1987. 

Filed— July 9th, 1987. 



O. Reg. 408/87 3913 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 611 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
MENTAL HOSPITALS ACT 

1. Item 9 of Table 1 of Regulation 611 of Re\ised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 92/86, is revoked and the following substitute therefor: 



10. 



On or after the 1st day of January, 1986 
to and including the 31st day of 
December, 1986 

On or after the 1st day of January, 1987 
to and including the 30th day of April, 
1987 



11. On or after the 1st day of May, 1987 



S635.09 

$670.06 
5671.92 



20.88 



22.03 
22.03 



(2220) 



30 



MINISTRY OF HEALTH ACT 

O. Reg. 408/87. 

Grants to Accredited Nursing Homes. 
Made— June 30th, 1987. 
Approved— July 9th, 1987. 
Filed— July 9th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 462/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

MINISTRY OF HEALTH ACT 

I. The definition of "extended care resi- 
dent" in section 1 of Regulation 462/86 
is revoked and the following substituted 
therefon 



"^mended care resident" means, 

(a) an extended care resident, or 



(6) a resident within the meaning of the Homes for 
Special Care Act who is recei\'ing intermediate 
nursing care, 

within the meaning of Regulation 690 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 (General); 



2. Section 3 of the said Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

3. An annual grant to an accredited nursing home 
shall be calculated by multipKing, for each day on and 
after the 1st day of April in each year that the nursing 
home is an accredited nursing home, 28 cents times the 
number of beds that are occupied by extended care resi- 
dents. O. Reg. 408/87, s. 2. 

Murray Elston 
Minister of Health 

Dated at Toronto, this 30th day of June, 1987. 



(2221) 
1557 



30 



3914 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O Reii 409 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

O. Reg. 409/87. 
Open Seasons — Moose and Deer. 
Made— July 9th, 1987. 
Filed— July 10th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 428 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
GAME AND FISH ACT 

1. — (1) Subsection 11 (1) of Regulation 428 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 331/83 and amended by subsection 1 (1) of 
Ontario Regulation 217/85 and section 1 of Ontario Regulation 336/86, is revoked and 
the following substituted therefor: 

(1) A licence in Form 1 or 2 of Regulation 420 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is not valid for hunting 
deer in wildlife management units S3B, 75, 76A, 76B, 76C, 76D, 77A, 77B, 77C, 78A, 78B, 79A, 79C, 79D, 80A, 
80B, 81A, 81B, 85A, 85B, 85C, 87B, 87C, 87D, 91A, 91B, 92A, 92B, 92C, 92D, 93A and 93B during the period 
from and including the first Monday in November to and including the Thursday next following, unless a tag in 
Form 25 of Regulation 420 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is attached to the licence, and a tag in Form 25 is 
valid only in the wildlife management unit specified thereon. O. Reg. 409/87, s. 1 (1). 

(2) Subsection 11 (la) of the said Regulation, as made by subsection 1 (2) of Ontario 
Regulation 217/85, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

(la) A licence in Form 1 or 2 of Regulation 420 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is not valid for hunting 
deer in wildlife management units 89A, 89B, 90A and 90B, unless the licence has attached thereto a tag in Form 25 
or 25A of Regulation 420 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, and a tag in Form 25 or 25A is valid, 

(a) from the first Monday in November to the Thursday next following; or 

(b) from the first Monday in December to the Thursday next following, 
as specified in the tag and in the wildlife management unit specified in the tag. O. Reg. 409/87, s. 1 (2). 

(3) Subsection 1 1 (2) of the said Regulation, as remade by subsection 1 (2) of Ontario 
Regulation 326/85, is amended by inserting after "Form 25" in the sixth line "or 25A". 

(4) Subsection 11 (3) of the said Regulation, as made by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
591/81, is amended by inserting after "Form 25" in the fourth line "or 25A". 

2. — (1) Schedule 3 to the said Regulation, as remade by section 3 of Ontario Regulati4 
209/87, is amended by striking out "19" in Columns 2 and 3 of item 13 and inserting j 
lieu thereof "20" in each Column, 

(2) The said Schedule 3 is further amended by striking out "89A, 89B, 90A, 90B" fr« 
Column 1 of item 30. 

(3) The said Schedule 3 is further amended by adding thereto the following items: 



1558 



Reg. 409/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



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3916 O. Reg. 410/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
GAME AND FISH ACT 



O. Reg. 411/87 



O. Reg. 410/87. 
Hunting Licences. 
Made— July 9th, 1987. 
Filed— July 10th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 420 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

1. Subsection 2 (6) of Regulation 420 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as made by section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 138/83, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

(6) An application for a tag in Form 25, 25 A or 26 
shall be in a form furnished by the Ministry of Natural 
Resources. O. Reg. 410/87, s. 1. 

2. Subsection 2 (7a) of the said Regula- 
tion, as made by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 376/83, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(7a) No person shall submit more than one applica- 
tion for a tag in Form 25 or 2SA or possess more than one 
tag in either Form 25 or 25A. O. Reg. 410/87, s. 2. 

3. Form 25 of the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 397/82, is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 



Form 25 



19 


. . . Controlled Deer Hunt Validation Tag 




Tas Serial Number . 




This authorizes 




(initials and last 


name) 


to 


hunt antlered and antlerless deer in 


W.M.U. . 




, 19.... to 


..., 19.... 



O. Reg. 410/87, s. 3. 



4. The said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following Form: 



Form 25A 



19 . . . Controlled Deer Hunt Validation Tag 

Tag Serial Number 

This authorizes 

(initials and last name) 

to hunt only antlered deer in W.M.U 

, 19.. . . to , 19. 



(2223) 



O. Reg. 410/87, s. 4. 
30 



ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AC 1 

O. Reg. 411/87. 

Exemption — Ministry of the Environment — 

MOE-33. 
Made— June 30th, 1987. 
Approved — ^June 30th, 1987. 
Filed— July 10th, 1987. 



ORDER MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

EXEMPTION— MINISTRY OF THE 
ENVIRONMENT— MOE-33 

Having received a request from the Regional Director, 
Central Region, Ministry of the Environment, that an 
undertaking, namely: 

The removal of lead contaminated soil from resi- 
dential and municipal properties in the vicinity of 
the Canada Metal Company Limited secondary 
lead smelter on Eastern Avenue in Toronto, 
hauling the soil to approved waste disposal sites, 
replacing it with uncontaminated top soil and 
restoring the properties to a condition 
approximating that which existed prior to the soil 
removal 

be exempt from the application of the Act pursuant to 
section 29; and 

Having been advised by the Regional Director, 
Central Region, that if the undertaking is subject to 
the application of the Act, the following injury, dam- 
age or interference with persons and property indi- 
cated will occur: 

A. Since lead contaminated soil on residential and 
municipal properties poses a potential hazard I 
to the health of pre-school aged children, there i 
will be a prolonged exposure of these children 
to the potential hazard. 



1560 



Reg. 411/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



3917 



B. The public will become increasingh- uneasy 
over the continuing presence of lead contami- 
nated soil in view of its potential hazard to 
pre-school aged children and the Ministry 
commitment to remove it. 

Having weighed such injury, damage or interfer- 
ence against the betterment of the people of the whole 
or any part of Ontario by the protection, conservation 
and wise management of Ontario of the environment 
which would result from the undertaking being subject 
to the application of the Act; 

The undersigned is of the opinion that it is in the 
public interest to order and orders that the undertak- 
ing is exempt from the application of the Act for the 
following reasons: 

A. The lead contaminated soil poses a potential 
hazard to the children of the area. Delays 
which would be engendered by the applica- 
tion of the Act to the removal program will 
add to the duration of this potential hazard. 
Therefore, it is in the public interest to 
replace lead contaminated soil in the area 
expeditiously without waiting for an 
environmental assessment approval. 

The exemption is subject to the following terms and 
conditions: 

1 . The Ministry, where appropriate, shall inform 
and consult with agencies, municipalities, 



public groups and the public, which have con- 
cerns with the undertaking before the com- 
mencement of the undertaking. 

2. The Director, Central Region, Ministr\- of the 
Environment, shall advise, in writing, thirty 
calendar days after the completion of the 
undertaking, the Director of the Environmen- 
tal Assessment Branch of the Ministr>- of the 
Environment, as to how the conditions of the 
exemption have been met, for filing with the 
public records kept under section 31 of the Act 
by the Branch at the Ministry's main office. 

3. The Director, Central Region, shall designate 
specific truck haulage routes to be followed 
throughout the undertaking, in order to 
minimize any potential adverse effects on local 
residents. 

4. The Director, Central Region, Ministr>- of the 
Environment, shall take steps to ensure that 
the hauling contractor securely contains all 
loads in order to prevent spillage and cleans up 
any spillage that does result from the loading 
and hauling of the soil. O. Reg. 411/87. 



James Bradley 
Minister of the Environment 

(2224) 30 



1S61 



O. Reg. 412/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 413/87 398S 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 

August 1st, 1987 



PLANNING ACT. 1983 

O. Reg. 412/87. 

Restricted Areas — District of Manitoulin, 
Geographic townships of Campbell, 
Dawson, Mills and Robinson. 

Made— July 13th, 1987. 

Filed— July 14th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 672/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 672/81 is amended 
by adding thereto the following section: 

85. — (1) Despite subsection 50 (1), one seasonal 
dwelling together with buildings and structures acces- 
sory thereto may be erected on each parcel of land 
described in subsection (2) if the following require- 
ments are met: 



Minimum front yard 
Minimum side vards 



Maximum height of any 
building or structure 

Minimum ground floor 
area 



7.5 metres 

3 metres on one side 

and 
1.5 metres on the other 

side 



9 metres 



55 square metres 

Maximum lot coverage 15 per cent 

(2) This section applies to those parcels of land in 
the geographic Township of Dawson in the District of 
Manitoulin described as follows: 

1. That part of Lot 24 in Concession 12 and 
those parts of Lot 25 in concessions 12 and 
13 designated as Part 1 on Reference Plan 
R. R. No. 68 deposited in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Mani- 
toulin (No. 31). 



Each of parts 1 to 5 inclusive on Reference 
Plan R. R. No. 69 deposited in the said Land 
Registry Office, each said part being part of 
Lot 24 in Concession 12. 



3. That part of Lot 24 in Concession 12 desig- 
nated as Part 6 on the said Reference Plan 
R. R. No. 69, except for Part 3 on Plan 
31R-1671 deposited in the said Land Registry 
Office. 

4. That part of Lot 25 in Concession 13 desig- 
nated as Part 1 on Reference Plan R. R. No. 
70 deposited in the said Land Registr>- Office 
except for Part 1 on Plan 31R-1680 deposited 
in the said Land Registr>- Office. 

5. Each of parts 2 to 4 inclusive on the said 
Reference Plan R. R. No. 70, each said part 
being part of Lot 25 in Concession 13. 

6. Each of parts 5 and 6 on the said Reference 
Plan R. R. No. 70, each said part being parts 
of lots 24 and 25 in Concession 13. 

7. Those parts of Lot 24 in concessions 12 and 
13 designated as Part 7 on the said Reference 
Plan R. R. No. 70. 

8. That part of Lot 24 in Concession 12 desig- 
nated as Part 8 on the said Reference Plan 
R. R. No. 70. O. Reg. 412/87, s. 1. 

Pauline Morjus 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 13th day of July, 1987. 

(2227) 31 

ONTARIO GUARANTEED ANNUAL 
INCOME ACT 

O. Reg. 413/87. 
Guaranteed Income Limit. 
Made— July 9th, 1987. 
Filed— July 15th, 1987. 



REGLTLATION MADE UNDER THE 

ONTARIO GUARANTEED ANNUAL 

INCOME ACT 

GUARANTEED INCOME LIMIT 



1. Commencing with the month of July, 1987, the 
guaranteed income limit for the purposes of, 

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3986 



O. Reg. 413/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 414/87 



(a) subclause 1 (j) (i) of the Act is $8,970.12; 

(b) subclause 1 (j) (») of the Act is $7,460.04; 

(c) subclause 1 (j) (i») of the Act is $7,460.04; 
and 

id) subclause 1 (j) (iv) of the Act is 
$14,920.08. O. Reg. 413/87, s. 1. 



2. Ontario Regulation 277/87 is revoked. 

3. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come 
into force on the 1st day of July, 1987. 



(2235) 
REGISTRY ACT 



O. Reg. 414/87. 
Transfer of Functions. 
Made— July 15th, 1987. 
Filed— July 16th, 1987. 



31 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE REGISTRY ACT 

TRANSFER OF FUNCTIONS 

1. The functions of the Director of Land Registration referred to in the sections set out in Column 2 of 
Schedule 1 of the Acts set out opposite thereto in Column 1 of Schedule 1 are transferred to the Director of 
Titles. O. Reg. 414/87, s. 1. 

2. — (1) The functions of the Director of Land Registration referred to in the sections set out in Column 2 of 
Schedule 2 of the Acts set out opposite thereto in Column 1 of Schedule 2 are transferred to the Director of Titles. 

(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), the Director of Land Registration shall retain concurrent authority to 
perform the functions transferred under subsection (1). O. Reg. 414/87, s. 2. 

Schedule 1 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 

2. 


Personal Property Security Act 
Personal Property Security Act 


s. 42(2) 
s. 68(1) 



Schedule 2 



Dated at Toronto, this ISth day of July, 1987. 
(2261) 



O. Reg. 414/87, Sched. 1. 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 
2. 
3. 


Land Registration Reform Act 
Registry Act 
Land Titles Act 


s. 3(4) 

s. 91(b) 

s. 8 
(with respect to 
function under 
clause 91(b) of the 
Registry Act only) 



O. Reg. 414/87, Sched. 2. 



Monte Kwintei 

Minister of Consumer ant 

Commercial Relations 



1564 



() Res. 415/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
LAND TITLES ACT 

O. Reg. 415/87. 
Transfer of Functions. 
Made— July 15th, 1987. 
Filed— July 16th, 1987. 



3987 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE LAND TITLES ACT 
TRANSFER OF FUNCTIONS 

I. The functions of the Director of Titles referred to in the sections set out in Column 2 of Schedule 1 of the 
Acts set out opposite thereto in Column 1 of Schedule 1 are transferred to the Director of Land Registration. 
O. Reg. 415/87, s. 1. 

2. — (1) The functions of the Director of Titles referred to in the sections set out in Column 2 of Schedule 2 of 
the Acts set out opposite thereto in Column 1 of Schedule 2 are transferred to the Director of Land Registration. 

(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), the Director of Titles shall retain concurrent authority to perform the 
functions transferred under subsection (1). O. Reg. 415/87, s. 2. 

Schedule I 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Boundaries Act 


s. 19 


2. 


Certification of Titles Act 


s. Ml) 


3. 


Certification of Titles Act 


s. 4(2) 


4. 


Certification of Titles Act 


s. 6(1) 


5. 


Certification of Titles Act 


s. 9 


6. 


Certification of Titles Act^ 


s. 10 


7. 


Certification of Titles Act 


s. 12(1) 


8. 


Certification of Titles Act 


s. 13(2) 


9. 


Certification of Titles Act 


s. 13a 


10. 


Certification of Titles Act 


s. 14 


11. 


Land Titles Act 


s. 14 


12. 


Land Titles Act 


s. 31(4) 


13. 


Land Titles Act 


s. 32(1) 


14. 


Land Titles Act 


s. 116(1) 


15. 


Land Titles Act 


s. 143(2Kb» 


16. 


Land Titles Act 


s. 144(6) 


17. 


Land Titles Act 


s. 147(1) 


18. 


Land Titles Act 


s. 169(3) 


19. 


Registry Act 


s. 73(10) 



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3988 O. Reg. 415/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Schedule 2 



O. Reg. 417/87 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Registry Act 


s. 45(4) 



O. Reg. 415/87, Sched. 2. 



Monte Kwinter 

Minister of Consumer and 

Commercial Relations 



Dated at Toronto, this 15th day of July, 1987. 
(2262) 



31 



HEALTH PROTECTION AND 
PROMOTION ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 416/87. 
Rabies — Immunization. 
Made— July 16th, 1987. 
Filed— July 17th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 594/85 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH PROTECTION AND 

PROMOTION ACT, 1983 

1. Table 1 of Ontario Regulation 594/85 
is amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing item: 



14. 



Eastern Ontario 
Health Unit 



July 20, 1987 



(2264) 



31 



FARM PRODUCTS GRADES AND 
SALES ACT 

O. Reg. 417/87. 
Burley Tobacco. 
Made— July 16th, 1987. 
Filed— July 17th, 1987. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
FARM PRODUCTS GRADES AND SALES ACT 

BURLEY TOBACCO 

1. In this Regulation, 

"grader" means a grader appointed to grade tobacco; 

"injury" means damage that detracts from the appear- 
ance or usability of tobacco leaves, other than 
damage by mould or by bits of broken tobaccc 
leaves and stems resulting from handling; 

"tobacco" means unmanufactured burley tobacco pro- 
duced in Ontario; 

"uniformity", when expressed as a figure, means the 
percentage of tobacco leaves that meet the 
minimum colour intensity, leaf structure, body, 
width and length requirements for a particular 
grade. O. Reg. 417/87, s. 1. 

2. Tobacco is designated as a farm product. 
O. Reg. 417/87, s. 2. 

3. No person shall, || 

(a) sell or deliver for sale to a first buyer thereof; 
or 

(b) buy from the producer thereof, 

tobacco unless a grader has graded it and marked 
with a grade established by this Regulation. O. Re^ 

417/87, s. 3. 



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O. Reg. 417/87 



4. Where tobacco is graded, the grader shall 
examine the tobacco in as many bales on a pallet as are 
necessar\ to determine the grade of all the tobacco on 
the pallett and shall affix to a bale on the pallet a tag or 
label on which is legibly marked the grade of the 
tobacco on the pallet. O. Reg. 417/87, s. 4. 

5. Tobacco damaged by mould after being cured or 
containing bits of broken tobacco leaves and stems 
resulting from handling does not qualify for a 
grade. O. Reg. 417/87, s. 5. 

6. The grade factors for tobacco leaves are leaf 
group, colour, intensity, leaf structure, body, width, 
length, uniformity and injur>-. O. Reg. 417/87, s. 6. 

7. The leaf groups for tobacco and the symbols 
therefor are, 

(a) sands (S), consisting of the leaves nearest the 
ground on a tobacco plant; 

(b) cutters (C), consisting of the leaves above the 
sands and below the leaf; 

(c) leaf (L), consisting of the leaves above the 
cutters and below the tips; and 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

(c) weak. O. Reg. 417/87, s. 9. 



3989 



10. The leaf structure classifications for tobacco 
are, 

(a) open, meaning ripe and possessing a well- 
developed cell structure giving the leaf an 
open grain; 

(b) close, meaning fairly ripe and possessing a 
developed cell structure giving the leaf a 
close grain; and 

(c) tight, meaning possessing an undeveloped 
structure giving the leaf a tight grain. 
O. Reg. 417/87, s. 10. 

1 1. The body classifications for tobacco of each leaf 
group are, 

(a) fleshy; 

(b) medium; and 

(c) lean. O. Reg. 417/87, s. 11. 



12. The width classifications for tobacco of each 
(d) dps (T), consisting of the leaves at the top of | '^^ ^roup other than sands are, 
a tobacco plant. O. Reg. 417/87, s. 7. 



H. The colour classes for tobacco and the symbols 
therefor are, 

(a) buff (B); 

ib) tan (T); 



(a) broad; 

(b) normal; and 

(c) narrow. O. Reg. 417/87, s. 12. 



13. In each of sections 9, 10, 11 and 12, the most 
1 favourable classification is listed first and the least 
((-) pink (P), meaning that the lamina of at least ! favourable classification is listed last. O. Reg. 
20 per cent of the leaves is at least 20 per cent I 417/87, s. 13. 
pink; 

14. — (1) The grades indicated in Schedules 1 to 4 
and section 15 are established for tobacco. 



id) tannish red (TR); 

(e) red (R); 

if) dark red (DR); 

(g) variegated (V), meaning that at least 20 per 
cent of the leaves are gre\ish, mottled or 
bleached; 

(h) greenish (G), meaning that at least 20 per 
cent of the leaves contain green; and 

U) mixed (M), meaning that at least 20 per cent 
of the leaves are of a distinctly different col- 
our or leaf group. O. Reg. 417/87, s. 8. 

9. The colour intensity classifications for tobacco 
are, 

(a) strong; 



(2) Tobacco, the majority of which is of the leaf 
group indicated in the heading of a schedule, may be 
graded with a grade indicated in the schedule if it 
meets the minimum grade requirements set opposite 
the grade. 

(3) Tobacco, no more than 20 per cent of the leaves 
of which have an injur>- referred to in subsection (4), 
may be graded with the grade for which it would 
qualify- but for the injurj- if the grade mark designating 
the grade that is Eiffixed to the bale is followed b>- the 
symbol referred to for the appropriate condition set out 
in subsection (4). 

(4) For the purpose of subsection (3), the s>Tnbol to 
be used, 

(a) in the case of severely leaf-spotted tobacco, 
is D; 



(6) moderate; and 



(6) in the case of severely hailed tobacco, is H; 



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3990 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 417/87 



(c) in the case of frosted tobacco, is O; 

(d) in the case of severely sweated or barn-burnt 
tobacco, is S; 

(e) in the case of severely bruised or sunburnt 
tobacco, is B; 

(/) in the case of wet tobacco, is W; and 

(g) in the case of tobacco with excessive dirt, 
foreign material or odour, is U. 

(5) Each symbol required to follow a grade mark 
shall be legibly marked and shall be at least as large as 
the symbols in the grade mark. O. Reg. 417/87, 
s. 14. 

15. — (1) In this section, "nondescript" means 
tobacco that does not qualify for a grade indicated in 
the schedules and more than 20 per cent of the leaves 
of which are, 

(a) aphid infected; 

(b) badly hailed; 

(c) severely barn-burnt; 



(d) crude right through the lamina; 

(e) dead; 
(/) dirty; 
(g) frosted; 
(h) green; or 

(i) water damaged. 

(2) The symbol for nondescript tobacco is ND. 

(3) Nondescript tobacco may be graded with one of 
the following grades, the first symbol of which indi- 
cates the leaf group of the majority of the tobacco: 

1. S-ND. 

2. C-ND. 

3. L-ND. 

4. T-ND. O. Reg. 417/87, s. 15. 

16. Regulation 326 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is revoked. 



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O. Reg. 418/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 3995 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 418/87. 

Extending Term of Validity of 

Driver's Licence. 
Made— July 16th, 1987. 
FUed— July 17th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO REVOKE 

ONTARIO REGULATION 375/87 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Ontario Regulation 375/87 is revoked. 
(2266) 31 



1573 



O. Reg. 419/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 420/87 4233 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 

August 8th, 1987 



MINISTRY OF HEALTH ACT 

O. Reg. 419/87. 
Grants — Health Resources. 
Made— July 6th, 1987. 
Approved — July 16th, 1987. 
Filed— July 20th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 658 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

MINISTRY OF HEALTH ACT 

1. Subsection 14 (3) of Regulation 658 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as made by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 61/87, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(3) A grant payable under this section shall be in the 
amount of $15,000 and shall be paid to the apphcant as 
follows: 

1. $1,250 after the applicant has been engaged 
in employment with the health resource for 
two months. 

2. $1,250 after the apphcant has been engaged 
in employment with the health resource for 
three months. 

3. $1,250 after the apphcant has been engaged 
in employment with the health resource for 
six months. 

4. $1,250 after the apphcant has been engaged 
in employment with the health resource for 
nine months. 

5. $1,250 after the apphcant has been engaged 
in employment with the health resource for 
twelve months. 

6. $1,250 after the apphcant has been engaged 
in employment with the health resource for 
fifteen months. 

7. $1,250 after the apphcant has been engaged 
in employment with the health resource for 
eighteen months. 



8. $1,250 after the apphcant has been engaged 
in employment with the health resource for 
twenty-one months. 

9. $1,250 after the apphcant has been engaged 
in employment with the health resource for 
twenty-four months. 

10. $1,250 after the apphcant has been engaged 
in employment with the health resource for 
twenty-seven months. 

11. $1,250 after the apphcant has been engaged 
in employment with the health resource for 
thirty months. 

12. $1,250 after the apphcant has been engaged 
in emplo>-ment with the health resource for 
thirty-three months. O. Reg. 419/87, s. 1. 

MtmRAY Elston 
Minister of Health 

Dated at Toronto, this 6th day of July, 1987. 

(2267) 32 

MINISTRY OF HEALTH ACT 

O. Reg. 420/87. 
Grants — Health Resources. 
Made— July 6th, 1987. 
Approved — July 16th, 1987. 
Filed— July 20th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 658 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

MINISTRY OF HEALTH ACT 

1. Regulation 658 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding 
thereto the following Part: 

PART X 
19. — (1) In this section, 
'apphcant" means. 



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4234 O. Reg. 420/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 4^1/87 



(c) a person who is registered as a 
physiotherapist under section 3 of Regulation 
253 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
(Physiotherapists) , 

(b) a person who has been granted a degree in 
occupational therapy, 

(c) a person who has been granted a degree in 
speech pathology, or 

(d) a person who has been grjinted a degree in 
audiology; 

"developing a health resource" means being employed 
by, 

(a) a hospital within the meaning of the Public 
Hospitals Act that is located in Northern 
Ontario, 

(b) a board of health within the meaning of the 
Health Protection and Promotion Act, 1983 
that is operating in Northern Ontario, 

(c) the Victorian Order of Nurses in Thunder 
Bay, 

(d) the Sault Ste. Marie Children's RehabiUta- 
tion Centre, 

(e) the Laurentian Hospital Children's Treat- 
ment Centre, or 

(/) the George Jeffrey Children's Treatment 
Centre; 

"Northern Ontario" means, 

(o) the districts of Algoma, Cochrane, Kenora, 
Manitoulin, Rainy River, Sudbury, Timis- 
kaming or Thunder Bay, or 

{b) any portion of the District of Nipissing lying 
to the north or west of Algonquin Provincial 
Park. 

(2) The Minister may provide a grant for developing 
a health resource to an applicant who apphes in writ- 
ing to the ^Minister and declares in the application that 
the applicant intends to work on a fiiU-time basis for a 
health resource. 

(3) A grant payable under this section shall be in the 
amount of $15,000 and shall be paid to the applicant as 
follows: 

1. $1,250 after the applicant has been engaged 
in employment with the health resource for 
two months. 



$1,250 after the applicant has been engaged 
in employment with the health resource for 
three months. 

1576 



3. $1,250 after the applicant has been engaged 
in employment with the health resource for 
six months. 

4. $1,250 after the applicant has been engaged 
in employment with the health resource for 
nine months. 

5. $1,250 after the appHcant has been engaged 
in employment with the health resource for 
twelve months. 

6. $1,250 after the applicant has been engaged j 
in employment with the health resource for I 
fifteen months. 

7. $1,250 after the applicant has been engaged 
in employment with the health resource for 
eighteen months. 

8. $1,250 after the applicant has been engaged 
in employment with the health resource for 
twenty-one months. 

9. $1,250 after the applicant has been engaged 
in employment with the health resource for 
twenty-four months. il 

10. $1,250 after the applicant h£is been engaged 
in employment with the health resource for 
twenty-seven months. Jl 

11. $1,250 after the apphcant has been engaged 
in employment with the health resource for 
thirty months. 

12. $1,250 after the applicant has been engaged 
in employment with the health resource for 
thirty-three months. O. Reg. 420/87, s. 1. 

Murray Elston 
Minister of Health 

Dated at Toronto, this 6th day of July, 1987. 

(2268) Z2 



MINISTRY OF HEALTH ACT 

O. Reg. 421/87. 
Occupational Therapy Bursaries. 
Made— July 6th, 1987. 
Approved— July 16th, 1987. 
Filed— July 20th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 289/84 

MADE UNDER THE 

MINISTRY OF HEALTH ACT 

1. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
289/84, exclusive of the clauses, is 



O. Reg. 421/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 424/87 423S 



revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

2. A bursar>' of $7,500 may be provided to an 
applicant who is a resident for his or her second-last or 
last academic year, where the applicant, 



Murray Elston 
Minister of Health 

Dated at Toronto, this 6th day of July, 1987. 

(2269) 32 

MINISTRY OF HEALTH ACT 

O. Reg. 422/87. 

Speech Pathology and Audiology 

Bursaries. 
Made— July 6th, 1987. 
Approved— July 16th, 1987. 
Filed— July 20th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 440/83 

MADE UNDER THE 

MINISTRY OF HEALTH ACT 

1. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
440/83, exclusive of the clauses, as re- 
made by section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 212/84, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

• 2. A bursary of $7,500 may be provided to an 
I4>phcant who is a resident for his or her second-last or 
fast post graduate academic year, where the applicant, 



Murray Elston 
Minister of Health 

Dated at Toronto, this 6th day of July, 1987. 

(2270) 32 



MINISTRY OF HEALTH ACT 

O. Reg. 423/87. 
Physiotherapy Bursaries. 
Made— July 6th, 1987. 
Approved — July 16th, 1987. 
FUed— July 20th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 488/82 

MADE UNDER THE 

MINISTRY OF HEALTH ACT 

1. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
488/82, exclusive of the clauses, as re- 
made by section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 211/84, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefon 

2. A bursary of $7,500 may be provided to an 
appUcant who is a resident for his or her second-last or 
last academic year, where the applicant. 



Murray Elston 
Minister of Health 

Dated at Toronto, this 6th day of July, 1987. 

(2271) 32 

MINISTRY OF HEALTH ACT 

O. Reg. 424/87. 
Chiropody Bursaries. 
Made— July 6th, 1987. 
Approved — July 16th, 1987. 
Filed— July 20th, 1987. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
MINISTRY OF HEALTH ACT 

CHIROPODY BURSARIES 

1. In this Regulation, 

"applicant" means an applicant for a bursary; 

"board of health" means a board of health within the 
meaning of the Health Protection and Promotion 
Act, 1983; 

"bursary" means an award to assist in the financing of 
an academic year of education and training in 
chiropody at a college of appUed arts and technolo- 
gy in Ontario that offers a program in chiropody; 

"designated" means designated by the Minister as 
being acceptable for the purposes of employment at 
the time when the applicant is to commence the 
one-year period of employment; 

"hospital" means a hospital within the meaning of the 
Public Hospitals Act; 

"resident" means a person who is legally entitled to 
remain in Canada and who makes his or her home 

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4236 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 424/87 



and is ordinarily present in Ontario, but does not 
include a tourist, a transient or a visitor to 
Ontario. O. Reg. 424/87, s. 1. 

2. A bursary of $7,500 may be provided to an 
applicant who is a resident for the applicant's second- 
last or last academic year, where the applicant, 

(a) submits an application therefor in writing to 
the Minister, in a form provided by the 
Minister; and 

(b) provides the Minister with an undertaking as 
set out in section 3 or 4, as the case may 
be. O. Reg. 424/87, s. 2. 

3. Where a bursary is the first bursary being pro- 
vided to an applicant under section 2 , the undertaking 
required by clause 2 (b) is an undertaking that, in con- 
sideration of the applicant being provided with the 
bursary, 

(o) the applicant will practise chiropody as a 
full-time employee of a designated hospital or 
board of health for a period of one year com- 
mencing within six months after the date on 
which the applicant is granted a diploma in 
chiropody; 

(b) if the applicant, 

(i) does not successfully complete the 
academic year for which the applicant 
receives the bursary, 

(ii) having successfully completed the 
academic year, where the bursary is 
for the second-last academic year, dis- 
continues his or her program of edu- 
cation and training before successfully 
completing the last academic year, or 

(iii) having been granted a diploma in 
chiropody, does not within six months 
thereafter commence the employment 
referred to in clause (a), 

the applicant will forthwith upon demand 
repay the bursary together with the interest 
set out in section S; and 

(c) if the applicant discontinues practising 
chiropody as required by clause (a) at any 
time before the end of the one-year period, 
the applicant will forthwith upon demand 
repay a portion of the bursary proportional to 
the number of months remaining in the one- 
year period, not including the month in 
which the applicant discontinued practising 
together with the interest set out in section 
S. O. Reg. 424/87, s. 3. 



4. Where a bursary is the second bursary being pro- 
vided to an applicant under section 2, the undertaking (2272) 

1578 



required by clause 2 {b) is an undertaking that, in con- 
sideration of the applicant being provided with the 
bursary, 

(o) the applicant will continue to practise 
chiropody as a full-time employee of a desig- 
nated hospital or board of health for a period 
of one year commencing immediately after 
the applicant completes the one-year period 
of chiropody practice required in respect of 
his or her first burary; 

(b) if the applicant, 

(i) does not successfully complete the 
academic year for which the applicant 
receives the bursary, 

(ii) did not commence or complete the 
one-year period of chiropody practice 
required in respect of his or her first 
bursary, or 

(iii) having completed the one-year period 
of chiropody practice required in 
respect of his or her first bursary, does 
not immediately thereafter commence 
the further one-year period of 
chiropody practice required under 
clause (a), 

the applicant will forthwith upon demand 
repay the bursary together with the interest 
set out in section 5; and 

(c) if the applicant discontinues practising 
chiropody as required by clause (a) at any 
time before the end of the one-year period, 
the applicant will forthwith upon demand 
repay a portion of the bursary proportional to 
the number of months remaining in the one- 
year period, not including the month in 
which the appUcant discontinued practising 
together with the interest set out in section 
S. O. Reg. 424/87, s. 4. 



5. The interest mentioned in sections 3 and 4 is 
interest calculated monthly on the first day of each 
month at a rate equivalent to one-twelfth of the Bank 
of Canada rate that prevails on the last day of the 
preceding month as set out in the Bank of Canada 
Weekly Financial Statistics and applied from the date 
that the applicant receives his or her bursary. 
O. Reg. 424/87, s. 1. 



Murray Elston 
Minister of Health 



Dated at Toronto, this 6th day of July, 1987. 



32 



O. Reg. 425/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 426/87 4237 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 



O. Reg. 425/87. 

General. 

Made— July 16th, 1987. 

FUed— July 20th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 452 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

1.— (1) Subclauses 27 (i)(«)(i) and (ii) of 
Regulation 452 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980, as remade by sub- 
section 1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 
423/81, are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(i) if the person is a single person, not 
more than $3,500, or 

(ii) if the person is a person with depen- 
dants, not more than $4,000 as the 
total taxable income of the person and 
the person's dependants, 



(2) Columns 1 and 3 of subsection 27 (2) 
of the said Regulation, as remade by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 
351/84, are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

Column 1 

Estimated Taxable 

Income — Single 

Person 

$3,501 to $4,000 
$4,001 to $4,500 
$4,501 to $5,000 

Column 3 

Estimated Total 

Taxable Income 

— Persons and 

Dependants 

$4,001 to $5,000 
$5,001 to $5,500 
$5,501 to $6,000 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to 
have come into force on the 1st day of 
April, 1987. 



(2273) 



O. Reg. 426/87. 

General. 

Made— July 16th, 1987. 

Filed— July 20th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 452 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

1.— (1) Subclauses 27 (l)U)(i) and (ii) of 
Regulation 452 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980, as remade by sub- 
section 1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 
425/87, are revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(i) if the person is a single person, not 
more than $4,000, or 

(ii) if the person is a person with depen- 
dants, not more than $4,500 as the 
total taxable income of the person and 
the person's dependants. 



(2) Columns 1 and 3 of subsection 27 (2) 
of the said Regulation, as remade by 
subsection 1 (2) of Ontario Regulation 
425/87, are revoked and the following 
substituted therefon 

Column 1 

Estimated Taxable 

Income — Single 

Person 

$4,001 to $4,500 
$4,501 to $5,000 
$5,001 to $5,500 

Column 3 

Estimated Total 

Taxable Income 

— Persons and 

Dependants 

$4,501 to $5,500 
$5,501 to $6,000 
$6,001 to $6,500 



2. This Regulation comes into force on 
the 1st day of April, 1988. 



32 (2274) 

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32 



4238 O. Reg. 427/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 428/87 



HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 427/87. 

General. 

Made— July 16th, 1987. 

Filed— July 20th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 452 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Section 39 of Regulation 452 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as amended by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 662/84, section 1 of 



Ontario Regulation 751/84 and section 
1 of Ontario Regulation 283/87, is 
further amended by adding thereto the 
following paragraphs: 

13. Notwithstanding subparagraph ii of para- 
graph 5, where prescribed by a physician on 
the medical staff of a hospital listed under the 
heading "Group S Hospitals" in the Schedule 
to Regulation 863 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980, (Classification of Hospitals) 
the provision to patients, for use in the home, 
of biosynthetic human growth hormone. 

14. Notwithstanding subparagraph iv of para- 
graph 5, visits to a hospital listed under the 
heading "Group S Hospitals" in the Schedule 
to Regulation 863 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 solely for the administration of 
biosynthetic human growth hormone. 



(2275) 



32 



PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

O. Reg. 428/87. 
Parking Infractions. 
Made— July 16th, 1987. 
Filed— July 21st, 1987. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

PARKING INFRACTIONS 

1. A certificate of parking infraction shall be in Form P-101. O. Reg. 428/87, s. 1. 

2. A parking infraction notice shall be in Form P-102. O. Reg. 428/87, s. 2. 

3. A notice of trial under Part II of the Act shall be in Form 104 of Regulation 817 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980. O. Reg. 428/87, s. 3. 

4. Forms referred to in this Regulation may be in French or English or in French and English. O. Reg. 

428/87, s. 4. 

5. A certificate of parking infraction or a parking infraction notice, 

(c) may set out more than one infraction so long as the infraction with which a person is charged is clearly J 
indicated on the certificate or notice by a check-mark, an "x", a punch hole or other means; 

(b) may set out information related to the voluntary payment of penalties under by-laws passed under an j 
Act that authorizes such by-laws. O. Reg. 428/87, s. 5. 

6. The words or expressions set out in Column 1 of a Schedule may be used in a certificate of parking 
infraction or parking infraction notice to designate the offence described in the provision set out opposite thereto 
in Column 2 of the Schedule under the Act or regulation set out in the heading to the Schedule. O. Reg. 428/87, 
s. 6. 

7. This Regulation comes into force on the day that Part II of the Act comes into force. 

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O. Reg. 428/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Schedule 1 

Ausable-Bayfield Conservation Authority 

Regulation 123 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



4239 



Item 


Column i 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause 16(2Xc) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 1. 



Schedule 2 

Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority 

Regulation 124 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



Item 


Column i 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause lS(2Kc) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 2. 



Schedule 3 

Catfish Creek Conservation Authority 

Regulation 125 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



Item 


CoLini«N 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause 15(2Kc) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 3. 



Schedule 4 

Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority 

Regulation 126 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



Item 


COLXJMN 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause 15(2Xc) 



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Schedule 5 

Credit Valley Conservation Authority 

Regulation 127 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



O. Reg. 428/8/ 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause 18(2)(c) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. S. 



Schedule 6 

Crowe Valley Conservation Authority 

Regulation 128 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause 20(2)(c) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 6. 



Schedule 7 

Essex Region Conservation Authority 

Regulation 129 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause 20(2)(c) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 7. 

Schedule 8 

Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority 

Regulation 130 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 
2. 
3. 


Holder of a camp-site permit — park more than 
one motor vehicle on camp-site assigned 
Holder of camp-site permit — park more than two 
motorcycles on camp-site assigned 
Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause 14(6)(a) 
clause 14(6)(6) 
clause 15(2)(c) 



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Schedule 9 

Grand River Conservation Authority 

Regulation 131 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



4241 



Item 


Column i 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause 15(2Kc) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 9. 



Schedule 10 

Halton Region Conservation Authority 

Regulation 133 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause 17(2Kfc) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 10. 



Schedule 11 

Hamilton Region Conservation Authority 

Regulation 132 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



Item 


Column i 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause 17(2Xc) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 11. 



Schedule 12 

Kettle Creek Conservation Authority 

Regulation 134 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



Ite.m 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause 15(2Xc) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 12. 



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Schedule 13 

London Point Region Conservation Authority 

Regulation 135 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



O. Reg. 428/87 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause 16(2)(c) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 13. 



Schedule 14 

Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority 

Regulation 136 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause 15(2)(c) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 14. 



Schedule 15 

Maitland Valley Conservation Authority 

Regulation 137 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause lS(2)(c) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 15. 



Schedule 16 

Mattagami Valley Conservation Authority 

Regulation 138 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 

2. 

3. 


Park vehicle in Conservation Area on roadway 

Park vehicle in Conservation Area adjacent to 

roadway 

Park vehicle on grassy part of Conservation Area 


clause 17(2)(c) 
clause 17(2)(c) 

clause 17(2)(d) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 16. 



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Schedule 17 
Metro Toronto and Region Conservation Authority- 
Regulation 139 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



4243 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 

2. 

3. 


Park vehicle in Conservation Area on roadway 

Park vehicle in Conservation Area adjacent to 

roadway 

Park vehicle on grassy part of Conservation Area 


clause 21(2Kc) 
clause 21(2Xc) 

clause 2 l(2Xd) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 17. 



Schedule 18 

Napanee Region Conservation Authority 

Regulation 140 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 
where p)ermitted 


clause lS(2)(c) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 18. 



Schedule 19 

Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority 

Regulation 141 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



Ite.m 


Column i 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause 15(2Kc) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 19. 



Schedule 20 

North Grey Region Conservation Authority 

Regulation 142 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle m Conservation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause lS(2Kc) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 20. 



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Schedule 21 

Nottawasaga Conservation Authority 

Regulation 143 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



O. Reg. 428/87 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause 21(2)(c) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 21. 



Schedule 22 
Otonabee Region Conservation Authority 

Regulation 144 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 

2. 
3. 


Park more thîm one motor vehicle on camp-site 

assigned 

Park more than two motorcycles on camp-site 

assigned 

Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 

where permitted 


subsection 19(4) 
subsection 19(4) 
clause 20(2)(c) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 22. 



Schedule 23 

Prince Edward Region Conservation Authority 

Regulation 145 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause 15(2)(c) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 23. 



Schedule 24 

Rideau Valley Conservation Authority 

Regulation 146 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



Item Column 1 


Column 2 


1. Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause lS(2)(c) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 24. 



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Schedule 25 

St. Clair Region Conservation Authority 

Regulation 147 of Revised Regulations of Ontario. 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



Item 


Column i 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in Conser\'ation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause 15(2Xc) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 25. 



Schedule 26 

Sauble Valley Conservation Authority 

Regulation 148 of Revised Regiilations of Ontario, 19S0 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



Item 


Column i 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause lS(2Kc) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 26. 



Schedule 27 

Saugeen Valley Conservation Authority 

Regulation 149 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



Item 


Colltun 1 


COLtlMN 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in Conser\-ation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause 20(2X0 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 27. 



Schedule 28 

Sault Ste. Marie Conservation Authority 

Regulation ISO of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause 17(2Xc) 



4245 



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Schedule 29 

South Lake Simcoe Conservation Authority 

Regulation ISl of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



O. Reg. 428/87 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause 15(2)(c) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 29. 



Schedule 30 

Upper Thames Conservation Authority 

Regulation 152 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Conservation Authorities Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in Conservation Area other than 
where permitted 


clause 17(2)(c) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 30. 



Schedule 31 

Ontario Regulation 825/82 under the Energy Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Park propane fuelled vehicle with leaks in propane 


clause 16.16.1 in 




system inside a garage 


paragraph 109 of 
subsection 2(1) 


2, 


Park propane fuelled vehicle with tank filled 


clause 16.16.1 in 




beyond capacity inside a garage 


paragraph 109 of 
subsection 2(1) 


3. 


Park propane fuelled vehicle near source of heat 


clause 16.16.3 in 
paragraph 109 of 
subsection 2(1) 


4. 


Park propane fuelled vehicle near an open flame 


clause 16.16.3 in 
paragraph 109 of 
subsection 2(1) 


5. 


Park propane fuelled vehicle near source of igni- 


clause 16.16.3 in 




tion 


paragraph 109 of 
subsection 2(1) 


6. 


Park propane fuelled vehicle near an open pit 


clause 16.16.3 in 
paragraph 109 of 
subsection 2(1) 


7. 


Park propane fuelled vehicle near a drain 


clause 16.16.3 in 
paragraph 109 of 
subsection 2(1) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 31. 



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Schedule 32 

Highway Trt^c Act 



4247 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Fail to park — off roadway 


clause 147(lXa) 


2. 


Fail to stop — off roadway 


clause 147(lKa) 


3. 


Fail to stand — off roadway 


clause 147(lKa) 


4. 


Park on roadway — no clear view 


clause 147(lXb) 


5. 


Stop on roadway — no clear vnew 


clause 147(l)(b) 


6. 


Stand on roadway — no clear view 


clause 147(lXb) 


7. 


Park on highway — interfere with traffic 


subsection 147(10) 


8. 


Park on highway — interfere with snow clearing 


subsection 147(10) 


9. 


Stand on highway — interfere with traffic 


subsection 147(10) 


10. 


Stand on highway — interfere with snow clearing 


subsection 147(10) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 32. 



Schedule 33 

Regulation 477 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Highway Traffic Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Parking — improper parallel 


section 2 


2. 


Parking — improper angle 


subsection 3(1) 


3. 


Parking — obstruct sidewalk 


subclause 4(lXcXi) 


4. 


Parking — obstruct crosswalk 


subclause 4(lXaXu) 


5. 


Parking — obstruct private entrance 


subclause 4(lXaXiii) 


6. 


Parking — obstruct entrance-way 


subclause 4(lXoXiv) 


7. 


Parking — obstruct fire hydrant 


clause 4(1X6) 


8. 


Parking — bridge 


clause 4(lXc) 


9. 


Parking — hotel entrance 


subclause 4(1X</Xi) 


10. 


Parking — theatre entrance 


subclause 4(lXrfXii) 


11. 


Parking — pubhc hall 


subclause 4(lXc/Xiii) 


12. 


Parking — intersection 


clause 4(1X«) 


13. 


Parking — signal light 


clause 4(1X/) 


14. 


Parking — railway crossing 


clause 4(1X«) 


15. 


Parking — obstruct other vehicle 


clause 4(lX/i) 


16. 


Parking — over time Umit 


clause 4(1X») 


17. 


Parking — disobey "no parking here to comer" si^ 


clause 4(2Xa) 


18. 


Parking — disobey sign at fire hall 


clause 4(2Xft) 


19. 


Parking — disobey sign at school 


clause 4(2Xc) 


20. 


Parking — Schedule highway 


subsection 5(1) 


21. 


Parking — exceed time limit 


subsection 5(2) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 33. 



Schedule 34 

Regulation 492 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Highway Trcffic Act 



Item 


Column i 


Column 2 


1. 


Stop vehicle on part of highway where prohibited 


section 1 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 34. 



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Schedule 35 

Regulation 669 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Motorized Snow Vehicles Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Fail to park off roadway 


clause 15(l)(a) 


2. 


Fail to stop off roadway 


clause 15(l)(a) 


3. 


Fail to stand off roadway 


clause I5(l)(a) 


4. 


Park on roadway — no clear view 


clause 15(1)(6) 


5. 


Stop on roadway — no clear view 


clause 15(l)(ft) 


6. 


Stand on roadway — no clear view 


clause 15(1)(6) 


7. 


Park on highway — interfere with traffic 


subsection 15(4) 


8. 


Stand on highway — interfere with traffic 


subsection 15(4) 


9. 


Park on highway — interfere with snow clearing 


subsection 15(4) 


10. 


Stand on highway — interfere with snow clearing 


subsection 15(4) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 35. 



Schedule 36 

Niagara Parks Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle — area not designated 


clause 2(9)(h) 


2. 


Park vehicle — after hours designated 


clause 2(9)(i) 


3. 


Park vehicle — between midnight and 6 a.m. 
where unauthorized 


clause 2(9)(j) 


4. 


Park vehicle — within IS metres of bridge 


clause 13(l)(a) 


5. 


Park vehicle — interferes with movement of vehi- 
cles 


clause 13(l)(a) 


6. 


Park vehicle — prohibited area 


clause 13(l)(a) 


7. 


Park vehicle — over one hour limit 


subclause 13(l)(b)(i) 


8. 


Park vehicle — over two hour limit 


subclause 13(l)(b)(ii) 


9. 


Park sight-seeing vehicle — area not designated 


clause 13(l)(c) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 36. 



Schedule 37 

Regulation 699 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Ontario Agricultural Museum Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle in place not set aside for parking 


clause 13(1)(/) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 37. 



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Schedule 38 

Regulation 704 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Ontario Food Terminal Act 



Item 


COHJMN 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle within Terminal — interferes with 
movement of vehicles 


clause 5(a) 


2. 


Stand vehicle within Terminal — interferes with 
movement of vehicles 


clause 5(a) 


3. 


Park vehicle within Terminal — in prohibited area 


clause 5(6) 


4. 


Stand vehicle within Terminal — in prohibited 


clause 5(6) 


5. 


area 

Park vehicle within Terminal — off roadwav 


section 7 


6. 


Stand vehicle within Terminal — off roadway 


section 7 


7. 


Park vehicle within Terminal — place not desig- 
nated for parking 


section 7 


8. 


Stand vehicle within Terminal — place not desig- 
nated for parking 


section 7 


9. 


Park vehicle other than automobile in area desig- 
nated for automobiles 


clause 13(3Ka) 


10. 


Park automobile in designated area for over 24 
hours 


clause 13(3X6) 


11. 


Park vehicle other than truck in area designated 
for trucks 


clause 13(4Xa) 


12. 


Park truck in designated area for over 24 hours 


clause 13(4X6) 


13. 


Park vehicle in reserved area — decal not properly 
affixed 


subsection 13(6) 


14. 


Park automobile at rear dock of wholesaler 


subsection 14(1) 


15. 


Stand automobUe at rear dock of wholesaler 


subsection 14(1) 


16. 


Park truck at rear dock of wholesaler 


subsection 14(1) 


17. 


Stand truck at rear dock of wholesaler 


subsection 14(1) 


18. 


Park automobile at dock of cold storage section 


subsection 14(1) 


19. 


Stand automobile at dock of cold storage section 


subsection 14(1) 


20. 


Park truck at dock of cold storage section 


subsection 14(1) 


21. 


Stand truck at dock of cold storage section 


subsection 14(1) 


22. 


Park automobile backed to a dock in buyers' court 


subsection 14(3) 


2i. 


Park truck backed to a dock in buyers' court 


subsection 14(3) 


24. 


Park vehicle in buyers' court — not buyer 


subsection 14(6) 


25. 


Park vehicle in buyers' court between 4 p.m. and 

7 n m 


subsection 14(7) 


26. 


/ p.m. 

Park vehicle in buyers' court between 4 p.m. Fri- 
day and 12 noon Saturday 


subsection 14(8) 


27. 


Park inoperative vehicle outside building in Ter- 
minal 


subsection 14(9) 


28. 


Park vehicle not currently registered under High- 
way Traffic Act outside building in Terminal 


subsection 14(9) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 38. 



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Schedule 39 

Regulation 822 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Provincial Parks Act 



O. Reg. 428/87 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Park vehicle — in area not designated by additional 
vehicle permit 


subsection 10(10) 


2. 


Park vehicle — prevents movement of vehicles 


clause 21(a) 


3. 


Park vehicle in prohibited area 


clause 21(a) 


4. 


Park vehicle — Ukely to prevent movement of 
vehicles 


clause 21(a) 


5. 


Leave vehicle unattended in Provincial Park 


subsection 26(1) 


6. 


Leave all-terrain vehicle unattended in Provincial 
Park 


subsection 26(1) 


7. 


Permit vehicle to be left unattended in Provincial 
Park 


subsection 26(1) 


8. 


Permit all-terrain vehicle to be left unattended in 
Provincial Park 


subsection 26(1) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 39. 



Schedule 40 

Public Lands Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


■ 1. 


Park vehicle on public land contrary to sign 


subsection 26(2) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 40. 



Schedule 41 

Regulation 886 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Public Transportation and Highway Improvement Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 

2. 


Park on rest area where parking prohibited by sign 
Park on service area where parking prohibited by 


section 1 
section 1 


3. 


sign 

Park on area other than rest or service areas where 


section 1 


4. 


parking prohibited by sign 

Park in rest area after 9 p.m. and before S a.m. 


section 2 


S. 


Park in service area after 9 p.m. and before 5 a.m. 


section 2 


6. 


Park in area other than rest or service areas after 
9 p.m. and before S a.m. 


section 2 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 41. 



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Schedule 42 

Regulation 906 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the St. Clair Parkway Commission Act 



4251 



Item 


COLtJMN 1 


Column 2 


1. 
2. 


Park vehicle — area not designated 
Park vehicle — area not designated 


subsection 11(5) 
subsection 20(4) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 42. 



Schedule 43 

Regulation 909 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the St. Lawrence Parks Commission Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 
2. 
3. 
4. 

S. 

6. 


Park heavy vehicle — on parkway- 
Park vehicle — area not designated 
Park vehicle — area not designated 
Place more than one vehicle on camp-site 
Cause to be placed more than one vehicle on 
camp-site 

Permit motor vehicle to remain in park — after 
hours 


subsection 11(2) 
section 15 
subsection 21(2) 
section 22 
section 22 

subsection 24(3) 



O. Reg. 428/87, Sched. 43. 



Schedule 44 

Regulation 935 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
under the Toronto Area Transit Operating Authority Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 
6. 


Park vehicle — not incidental to use of transit 

system 

Park vehicle — over 48 hours without permission 

Park vehicle — excessive weight 

Park on authority property without permission 

Stand on authority property without permission 

Stop on authority property without permission 


subsection 10(2) 

subsection 10(3) 
subsection 10(3a) 
subsection 10(36) 
subsection 10(36) 
subsection 10(36) 



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O. Reg. 428/87 



CERTIFICATE OF PARKING INFRACTION 
PROCÈS-VERBAL D'INFRACTION DE STATIONNEMENT 

Form/Formule P-101 
Provincial Offences Court „ ^,, 

Province of Ontario Provincial Offences Act 

Loi sur les infractions provinciales 
Cour des infractions provinciales nnnnni 

Province de l'Ontario UUUUUl 

IT IS ALLEGED THAT ON THE DATE SHOWN THE OWNER (OR 

OPERATOR) OF THE VEHICLE UPON WHICH WAS DISPLAYED 

THE NUMBER PLATE DESCRIBED BELOW COMMITTED 

THE FOLLOWING PARKING INFRACTION: 

IL EST PRÉTENDU QU'À LA DATE INDIQUÉE LE PROPRIETAIRE 

(OU L'UTILISATEUR) DU VÉHICULE ÇUR LEQUEL ÉTAIT APPOSÉE 

LAPLAQUED'IMMATRICULATIONDECRITECI DESSOUS A COMMIS 

L'INFRACTION DE STATIONNEMENT SUIVANTE: 



Date: 



Time: 
Heures:' 



At: 

Lieu: 

Plate Number: 

Plaque d'immatriculation: 

Offence: 

Infraction: 



Province: 



Set Fine: 



Amende déterminée: 



I believe from my personal know- 
ledge arKJ certify that the parking 
infraction described above was 
committed and that I: 

A. served a parking infraction 
rwtice on the owner of the 
vehicle identified therein by 
affixing it to the vehicle in a 
conspicuous place at the time 
of the alleged infraction. 

B. served a parking infraction 
mtice on the owner (or oper- 
ator) of the vehicle kJentified 
therein by delivering it person- 
ally to the person havir>g care 
and control (or operator) of 
the vehicle at the time of the 
alleged infraction. 



À ma connaissance directe, je crois 
et certifieque l'infractionde station- 
nement décrite ci-dessus a été com- 
mise et que j'ai: 

{ j A. signifié un avis d'infraction de 
stationnement au propriétaire du 
véhicule ijui y est identifié en 
apposant cet avis sur ce véhicule 
é un endroit bien en vue au mo- 
ment de la prétendue infraction; 

I I B. signifié un avis d'infraction de 
stationnement au propriétaire 
(ou d l'utilisateur) du véhicule 
qui y est identifié en remettant 
cet avis personnellement à la 
personne ayant la garde et le con- 
trôle (ou à l'utilisateur) du 
véhicule au moment de la pré- 
tendue infraction. 



IF A TRIAL IS REQUESTED, IT WILL BE HELD AT THE PROVINCIAL 
SI UN PROCES EST DEMANDÉ, IL SE TIENDRA À LA COUR DES IN- 



OFFENCES COURT AT; 

FRACTIONS PROVINCIALES AU: 



Signftute ol iiiuing Provincial O'Irncei OHicer 

Signaturide l'agent dci intcactiont 

provincMict 



Officer No. 
Agent n° 



Unit . 
Poste 



1594 



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(Complete only if operator is charged) 
(Ne remplir que si l'utilisateur est inculpé) 



Name of operator: _ 

Nom de l'utilisateur: 



Address: 
Adresse: 



Driver's Licence No.: 

N^ du permis de conduire: 

Birth Date: .^ ^ Sex: 

Date de naissance: Sexe: 



O. Reg. 428/87, Form P-101. 



1595 



4254 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 428/87 

PARKING INFRACTION NOTICE 

AVIS D'INFRACTION DE STATIONNEMENT 

Form/Formule P-102 

Provincial Offences Act 
Loi sur les infractions provinciales 

000001 

IT IS ALLEGED THAT ON THE DATE SHOWN THE OWNER (OR 

OPERATOR) OF THE VEHICLE UPON WHICH WAS DISPLAYED 

THE NUMBER PLATE DESCRIBED BELOW COMMITTED 

THE FOLLOWING PARKING INFRACTION: 

IL EST PRÉTENDU QU'À LA DATE INDIQUÉE. LE PROPRIÉTAIRE 

(OU L'UTILISATEUR) DU VEHICULESUR LEQUEL ETAIT APPOSEE 

LAPLAQUE D'IMMATRICULATION DECRITE CI-DESSOUS, ACOMMIS 

L'INFRACTION DE STATIONNEMENT SUIVANTE: 

Date: Time- 

Heures: 

At: 

Lieu: 



Plate Number: , Province: 

Plaque d'immatriculation: 

Offence: Set Fine; 

Infraction: Amerxie déterminée: 



Voluntary Payment Option (if applicable); 

Option de paiement volontaire (le cas échéant): 



NOTICE AVIS 



(Insert explanation of voluntary payment option, if applicable) 

(Indiquez les renseignements relatifs à l'optionde 

paiement volontaire, le cas échéant) 

Within 15 days of the date noted Dans les 15 jours de la date irxliquée 
above, you may choose one of the ci-dessus, vous pouvez choisir l'une des 
options on the back of this Form. options offertes au verso de la présente 
If you do not pay the set fine formule. Si vous n'acquittez pas le 
shown above or plead not guilty, a montant de l'amende déterminée ci- 
conviction may be entered against dessus ou ne plaidez non coupable, une 
you without further notice. On déclaration de culpabilité peut être 
conviction you will be required to inscrite contre vous, sans préavis. Lors 
pay the set fine plus court costs. de la déclaration de culpabilité, vous 
An administrative fee is payable if serez tenu(e) de verser le montant de 
the fine goes into default. l'amende déterminée ainsi que les 

dépens. Oesfraisd'administration «ont 
payables après que le paiement de 
l'amende est en défaut. 

IF YOU PLEAD NOT GUILTY, THE TRIAL WILL BE HELD AT THE 
SI VOUS PLAIDEZ NON COUPABLE. LE PROCÈS SE TIENDRA A LA 

PROVINCIAL OFFENCES COURT AT: 

COUR DES INFRACTIONS PROVINCIALES AU: 



Officer No Unit . 

Sig'^cj'e o' liiuinç Pfovmcni o"»nce« onicer Agent n** Poste 

Signaiurt de l'agent det intractiont 
provint lain 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



4255 



IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ CAREFULLY 
NOTEZ BIEN - VEUILLEZ LIRE ATTENTIVEMENT CE QUI SUIT 



WITHIN 15 DAYSOF THE DATE 
OF THE ALLEGED PARKING 
INFRACTION, yoo may chooM 
one of the following options. 
Complete the teieaed option and 
sign where indicated. Deliver this 
parking infraaton notice (and pay- 
ment where applicable) to the 
place indicated under the option 
which you have seleaed. All erv 
quiries concerning this alleged 
infraction should be made to (add- 
ress and telephone number of 
police force or other agancv that 
issued Parking Infraction Notice). 



DEFENDANTS OPTIONS - 
CHOOSE ONE ONLY 

. VOLUNTARY PAYMENT: 
I do rwt wish to dispute the 
charge and I enclose the amount 
of the set fine indicated on the 
front of this nonce. 



DANS LES 15 JOURS DE LA DATE DE 
LA PRETENDUE INFRACTION DE 
STATIONNEMENT, vous pouvez choisir 
l'une des options suivantes. Remplissez 
la pkartie de la formule qui correspond 4 
votre opbon et signez a l'endroit indiqué. 
Remettez cet avisrfinfractiondestatiof»- 
nement (et votre paiement, le cas 
échéant) é l'endroit indique sous la ru- 
brique de l'opiion que vous avez choisie. 
Tous renseignements concernant cette 
prétendue infractK>n doivent être de- 
mandés au (adresse et numéro de télé- 
phone du corps de police ou d'urM autre 
agence qui a délivré l'avis d'infraction de 
nationr>ement). 

OPTIONS DU DÉFENDEUR - 
N'EN CHOISIR QU'UNE 

1. PAIEMENT VOLONTAIRE 

Je ne désire pas contester l'accusa- 
tion et joins é la présente le montant 
de l'amende déterminée qui est In- 
diqué au recto de cet avis. 



(signature) 



NOTE CAREFULLY THE TIME 
ALLOWED FOR PAYMENT. 
WRITE THE NUMBER OF THE 
PARKING INFRACTION NOTICE 
ON THE FRONT OF YOUR 
CHEQUE OR MONEY ORDER 
AND MAKE IT PAYABLE TO: 



NOTEZ ATTENTIVEMENT LE DELAI 
IMPARTI POUR LE PAIEMENT. 
INSCRIVEZ LE NUMERO DE LAVIS 
D'INFRACTION DE STATIONNE- 
MENT AU RECTO DE VOTRE 
CHEQUE OU ,DU MANDAT QUE 
VOUS FAITES A L'ORDRE DE: 



Deliver to: _ 
Remenez é: 



NOT GUILTY PLEA: 
I plead not guilty I will appear 
at the time arxJ date set by the 
court for my trial. My mailing 
address is as shown betow. 



PLAIDOYER P£ NON- 
CULPABILITÉ 

Je plaide non coupable. Je ma 
présenterai à la date et i l'heure 
choisies par le tribunel pour mon 
procès. Monadresse postale en celle 
Indiquée ci-dessous. 



(signature) 



Name: _ 
Nom: 

Address: 
Adresse: 



Postal Code: 
Code postal: 



Dtliver to: . 
Remettez é: 



D 



As a paraon who speaks the French language I wish the trial to be held 
before ajustica who speaks both English and French as provided by law. 
Je parla francaiy, at ie déiiit Qua !• procéi aitliau devantunjugaquipmrla 
anglais at françait tal Qua la loi m an donna la droit. 

3. (Insen information re: Voluntary payment option if applicable) 

(Indiquez les renseignements relatifs é l'option de paiement volontaire, la 
cas échéant) 



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NOTICE 
Ontario Motorists 
Failure to pay the fine imposed 
upon conviction will result in an 
order that your Ontario vehicle 
Permit not be renewed and that no 
new permit be issued to you until 
the fine and alt coun costs and 
faas have been paKJ. 



AVIS 
Automobilistes de l'Ontario 

Le non-paiemeni de l'amende déterminée 
lors d'une déclaration de culpabilité 
donnera lieu é une ordonnarKe portant 
que votre certificat d'immatriculation 
de l'Ontario ne sera pas renouvelé et 
qu'aucun rtouveau certificat d'immatri- 
culation ne vous sera délivre jusqu'à ce 
que l'amende, les dépens et les frais 
aient été acquittés en totalité 

O. Reg. 428/87, Form P-102. 

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O. Reg. 430/87 



I'R()\ I.NCIAL OFFH.XCES AC F 

O. Reg. 429/87. 
Approval of Part II By-laws. 
Made— July 16th, 1987. 
Filed— July 21st, 1987. 



By-Law \o. 19-87 of the Cor- September 1, 1987 
poration of the Town of Hearst 

By-Law No. 87-11 of the Cor- September 1, 1987 
poration of the City of Kings- 
ton 



NOTE: Part II of the Act is not yet in force. This \ By-Law No. PS. - 97-161 of September 1, 1987 
Order li'ill be effective on the day Part II comes into i the Corporation of the City of 



force. 



ORDER IN COUNCIL 



London 

By-Law No. 87-10 of the Cor- September 1, 1987 

poration of the Town of Sim- 

coe 



R.O.C. 303/87 

On the recommendation of the undersigned, the 
Lieutenant Governor, by and with the advice and con- 
currence of the Executive Council, orders that pur- 
suant to subsection 15 (2) of the Provincial Offences 
Act, Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1980, chapter 400, 
each by-law mentioned in Column 1 of the Table, 
declaring that Part II of the said Act applies in the 
municipality in respect of parking infractions under 
by-laws of the municipality on the date set out opposite 
thereto in Column 2, is approved. 



TABLE 

Column 1 

By-Law No. 1987-12456 of the 
Corporation of the City of 
Guelph 



Column 2 
October 1, 1987 



By-Law No. 5197-87 of the December 1, 1987 
Corporation of the Town of 
Smiths P'alls 

By-Law No. 8617 of the Cor- September 1, 1987 
poration of the City of Weliand 



Recommended 



Concurred 



O. Reg. 429/87. 

Ian Scott 
Attorney General 

James Bradley 

Chairman 



Approved and Ordered, July 16th, 1987. 



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Lincoln M. Alexander 
Lieutenant Governor 

32 



PROVLNCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

O. Reg. 430/87. 

Proceedings Commenced by Certificate 

of Offence. 
Made— July 16th, 1987. 
Filed— July 21st, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND REGULATION 817 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 



1. Section 5 of Regulation 817 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

5. The words or expressions set out in Column 1 of a Schedule may be used in a certificate of offence, offence 
notice or summons to designate the offence described in the provision set out opposite thereto in Column 2 of the 
Schedule under the Act or regulation set out in the heading to the Schedule. O. Reg. 430/87, s. 1. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



4257 



2. Section 6 of the said Regulation, as made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 460/86, is 
revoked and the following substituted therefor: 

6. Forms 101, 102, 103 and 104, as set out in the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, may continue to be 
used with respect to proceedings commenced by certificate of offence notwithstanding that those forms have been 
remade. O. Reg. 430/87, s. 2. 

3. Form 104 to the said Regulation is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



Form 104/Formuk 104 

Provincial Offences Act 
Loi sur les infractions provinciales 



PROVINCIAL OFFENCES COURT 
PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

COUR DES INFRACTIONS PROVINCIALES 
PROVINCE DE L'ONTARIO 



NOTICE OF TRIAL UNDER SECTION 5 

OR 17 OF THE PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

AVIS DE PROCÈS EN VERTU DES ARTICLES 
5 OU 17 DE LA LOI SUR LES INFRACTIONS 
PROVINCIALES 



Take note that on the day of next at M, 

Prenez note que le prochain, à heures, un procès 

a trial will be held at the Provincial Offences Court at 
aura lieu à la Cour des infractions provinciales au: 

(address /adresse) 



A photocopy of your Offence Notice or the 
Certificate of Offence or Certificate of 
Parking Infraction appears on the left. 
This will acknowledge receipt of your Plea of 
Not Guilty. 

Une photocopie de votre avis d'infraction, du 
procès-verbal d'infraction ou du procès-verbal 
d'infraction de stationnement figure â gauche. 
Ceci constitue un accusé de réception de votre 
plaidoyer de non-culpabilité. 



Your trial will bo held on the date 
and time noted above at the 
Provincial Offences Court shown. 
You should be prepared to proceed 
with your trial at that time. If 
you do not appear, a warrant may 
be issued for your arrest or the 
court may proceed to hear and 
determine the proceedings in 
your absence. If you are found 
guilty, court costs may be 
assessed against you in addition 
to any fine imposed. 



Votre procès aura lieu à la date et 

à l'heure indiquées ci-dessus à la 

Cour des infractions provinciales qui 

est mentionnée. Vous devrez être 

prêt(e) pour l'instruction de votre 

procès à cette date. Si vous ne vous 

présentez pas, un mandat 

d'arrestation peut être décerné 

contre vous ou le tribunal peut 

procéder à l'instruction de 

l'instance et rendre une décision en 

votre absence. Si vous êtes 

déclaré(e) coupable, les dépens 

peuvent être adjugés contre vous en plus de 

l'amende imposée, le cas échéant. 



Issued at 



Délivré à le 



this day of 



Clerk of the Provincial Offences Court) 

(Greffier de la Cour des infractions provinciales) 



19 
19 



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4258 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 430/87 



Given to defendant 

Remis au défendeur 



Sent by mail to defendant 
envoyé au défendeur par la poste 

Given personally to defendant 
remis au défendeur personnellement 

Given personally to counsel or agent for defendant 
remis à l'avocat-conseil ou au mandataire du défendeur 
personnel Icment 



(signature of defendant or counsel or agent for defendant) 

(signature du défondeur, de l'avocat-conseil ou du mandataire du défendeur) 



Given to prosecutor 

Remis au poursuivant 



Sent by mail to prosecutor 

envoyé au poursuivant par la poste 

Given personally to prosecutor 
remis au poursuivant personnellement 

Given personally to counsel or agent for prosecutor 
remis a 1 ' avocat-consei I ou au mandataire du poursuivant, 
personne 1 lement 



(signature of prosecutor or counsel or agent for prosecutor) 

(signature du poursuivant, de l'avocat-conseil ou du mandataire du poursuivant) 

I certify that a Notice of Trial of which this is a copy was given 
to the defendant and prosecutor in the manner set out above. 

Je certifie qu'un avis de procès dont la présente constitue une copie, 

a été remis au défendeur ainsi qu'au poursuivant de la manière énoncée ci-dessus. 

by , 

par 

(signature) 



On the day of 19 

Le 19 



O. Reg. 430/87, s. 3. 

4. Items 427 to 432 of Schedule 5 to the said Regulation, as remade by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 517/81, are revoked. 

5. Schedule 6 to the said Regulation is revoked. 

6. Schedule 15 to the said Regulation is revoked. 

/ 

7. Items 48 to 55 of Schedule 25 to the said Regulation are revoked. 

8. Items 38, 58, 59, 65 and 68 of Schedule 29 to the said Regulation, as remade by section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 271/85, are revoked. 

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O. Reg. 430/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 433/87 4259 



9. Item 7 and items 9 to 13 of Schedule 79 to the said Regulation, as made by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 331/85, are revoked. 

10. Items 19 to 27 of Schedule 81 to the said Regulation, as made by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 572/86, are revoked. 

11. This Regulation comes into force on the day that Part II of the Act comes into force. 
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TRANSBOUNDARY POLLUTION 
RECIPROCAL ACCESS ACT, 1986 

O. Reg. 431/87. 
Reciprocating Jurisdictions. 
Made— July 16th, 1987. 
Filed— July 21st. 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 623/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

TRANSBOUNDARY POLLUTION 

RECIPROCAL ACCESS ACT, 1986 

1. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 623/86 
is amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing paragraph: 

la. Minnesota. 



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32 



COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 

O. Reg. 432/87. 

Designated Courts — Bilingual Proceedings. 

Made— July 16th, 1987. 

Filed— July 21st, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
ONTARIO REGULATION 806/84 

MADE UNDER THE 
COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT, 1984 

1.— <1) Clause 2 (2) id) of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 806/84 is amended by adding 
thereto the following subclause: 

(iii) if a parking infraction notice is served 
on the defendant under Part II of that 
Act, ai the time the parking infraction 
notice is delivered to the place 
specified in the notice; and 



(2) Subsection 2 (5) of the said Regulation 
is amended by adding at the end thereof 
"or parking infraction notice". 

2. This Regulation comes into force on 
the day Part II of the Provincial 
Offences Act comes into force. 



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32 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 433/87. 
School Buses. 
Made— July 9th, 1987. 
Filed— July 22nd, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 484 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Section 2 of Regulation 484 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as 
remade by section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 19/83, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

2. — (1) No person shall sell or offer to sell a new 
school bus that has a body or chassis manufactured 
before the 1st day of September, 1987 and does not 
conform to the Canadian Standards Association 
Standard D2S0-M 1982 or D2S0-M I98S. 

(2) No person shall sell or offer to sell a new school 
bus that has a body or chassis manufactured on or 
after the 1st day of September, 1987 and does not 
conform to the Canadian Standards Association 
Standard D2S0-M 1985. O. Reg. 433/87, s. 1. 



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4260 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 434/87 



MUNICIPAL ACT 

O. Reg. 434/87. 

Equalization of Assessments Made 

Under Section 368b of the Municipal 

Act. 
Made— July 22nd, 1987. 
Filed— July 22nd, 1987. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
MUNICIPAL ACT 

EQUALIZATION OF ASSESSMENTS 

MADE UNDER SECTION 368b OF THE 

MUNICIPAL ACT 

1. The equalization of assessment made under the 
Act in each prescribed class of real property necessary 
to provide, for the County of Brant, assessments of 
real property that, in accordance with section 368b of 
the Act, will be equitable one with the other in each 
prescribed class of real property shall include, as 
standards to be taken into account in such equalization 
and the computation of the factors resulting therefrom, 
the following considerations: 

1. The proportion that the municipal and school 
board taxes levied for the year 1986 against 
the total assessment of real property in each 
prescribed class of real property is of the total 
municipal and school taxes levied for the year 
1986 in the County shall be maintained to the 
extent that, if that single mill rate that would 
have been required to produce in the year 
1986 the amount of municipal and school 
taxes levied in that year against the total 
assessment of the prescribed class of real 
property were applied to the total assessment 
of that prescribed class of real property 
resulting from the application of the factors 
hereafter in this Regulation prescribed for 
that class of real property in the County, the 
municipal and school taxes that would have 
been so levied for the year 1986 from the total Class 1 
assessment for that prescribed class will be 
substantially the same total amount for that 
prescribed class of real property as was 
actually levied in the County for the year 
1986 against the total assessment for that 
prescribed class of real property in the 
County. 

2 . All real property within a prescribed class of 
real property in the County shall, as nearly as 
may be, be assessed at the same proportion of 
the market value of such real property in the Class 2 
year 1980, as that market value is determined 
by the Assessment Commissioner in whose 
Assessment Region the County is located. 

3. The total assessment, including assessments 
made under section 32 or 33 of the 
Assessment Act, of the real property in the 

1602 



County shall not be substantially increased or 
decreased. 

4. Equitability of assessment of real property 
within each prescribed class of real property 
in the County shall be established without 
significant alteration of the assessment 
relationships between prescribed classes of 
real property in the County, provided that 
this paragraph does not apply to affect 
changes in the assessment relationship 
between prescribed classes of real property 
that result from an increase in the total 
assessment of the prescribed class of real 
property by reason of assessments under 
section 32 or 33 of the Assessment Act. 
O. Reg. 434/87, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation applies to the County of Brant 
and to the assessment to be shown on the assessment 
rolls to be returned in the County of Brant for the year 
1986 for taxation in the year 1987 and for every 
assessment made in the County of Brant for taxation in 
each subsequent year until a new reassessment of all 
property within the County of Brant is made under 
subsection 368b (7) of the Act. O. Reg. 434/87, s. 2. 

3. For the purposes of this Regulation, the real 
property situate in the County of Brant shall be 
divided into the prescribed classes of real property that 
are designated in this Regulation. O. Reg. 434/87, 
s. 3. 

4. For the purposes of this Regulation, the factor to 
be applied to the market value, as determined in 
accordance with paragraph 2 of section 1, of real 
property in each prescribed class of real property in the 
County of Brant shall be that shown in the Schedule to 
this Regulation opposite the number of that prescribed 
class. O. Reg. 434/87, s. 4. 



5. For the purposes of this Regulation, 
following classes of real property are prescribed: 



the 



Property assessed as, 

(a) residential and comprising not more than six 
residential units, including vacant land 
municipally zoned principally for residential 
development described in this clause; or 

(6) seasonal residential including vacant land 
zoned principally for this purpose. 



Property assessed as, 

(a) residential and comprising seven or more 
residential units, including vacant land 
municipally zoned principally for residential 
development described in this clause; or 



O. Reg. 434/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 435/87 4261 



(ft) a unit or proposed unit within the meaning of 
the Condominium Act to which subsection 65 
(2) of the Assessment Act does not apply and 
that is part of a building or parcel of land 
containing seven or more residential units, 
whether or not such residential units are 
units or proposed units within the meaning of 
the Condominium Act. 



Class 3 



Property assessed as commercial, including 
vacant land municipally zoned principally for 
commercial development. 

Class 4 

Property assessed as industrial, including vacant 
lîuid municipally zoned principally for industrial 
development. 

Class 5 

Property assessed as farm land. 
Class 6 

Property assessed as pipe line. 

Class 7 

Property assessed as a railway right of way. 
O. Reg. 434/87, s. S. 

6. — (1) The rates contained in Schedule 3 to Ontario 
Regulation 316/83 (Pipe Line Rates) shall apply to the 
assessment for taxation of all pipe lines liable to 
assessment and taxation under section 24 of the 
Assessment Act and located in or on the boundary of 
any raunicipahty named in the Schedule to this 
Regulation. 

(2) For the purposes of clause 24 (16a) (b) of the 
Assessment Act, 

(a) where two or more pipe lines occupy the 
same right of way, each pipe line occupying 
the right of way is a second and subsequent 
pipe line, except that which bears the highest 
assessed value computed by applying the 
rates in Schedule 3 to Ontario Regulation 
316/83, without the reduction in rates for the 
second and subsequent pipe lines occupying 
the same right of way provided for in clause 
(b), but where two or more pipe lines 
occupying the same right of way have the 
same assessed value so computed and that 
assessed value is the highest assessed value or 
is the only assessed value for the pipe lines 
occupying that right of way, each of such 
pipe lines is designated as a second and sub- 
sequent pipe line except that one that was 
first in use as a pipe Une; and 



(b) where a right of way occupied by a pipe line 
that is not designated to be a second or sub- 
sequent pipe line under clause (a) is also 
occupied by a pipe line that is designated to 
be a second and subsequent pipe line, each 
pipe line so designated shall be assessable 
and taxable at 75 per cent of the rate in 
Schedule 3 to Ontario Regulation 316/83 that 
applies to each pipe line so designated. 
O. Reg. 434/87, s. 6. 



Schedule 
COUNTY OF BRANT 



City of Brantford 
Town of Paris 
Township of Brantford 
Township of Burford 
Township of Oakland 
Township of Onondaga 
Township of South Dumfries 



Prescribed Class of 


Factor 


Real Property 


(0.) 


Class 1 


109 


Class 2 


191 


Class 3 


137 


Class 4 


177 


Class 5 


096 


Class 6 


146 


Class 7 


048 



O. Reg. 434/87, Sched. 

7. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come 
into force on the 1st day of December, 1986. 

Robert Nixon 
Minister of Revenue 

Dated at Toronto, this 22nd day of July, 1987. 



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REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF 
HALDIMAND-NORFOLK ACT 

O. Reg. 435/87. 

Equalization of Assessments Made 
Under Section 82 of The Regional 
Municipahty of Haldimand-Norfolk 
Act. 

Made— July 22nd, 1987. 

Filed— July 22nd, 1987. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF 

HALDIMAND-NORFOLK ACT 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 435/87 



EQUALIZATION OF ASSESSMENTS 

MADE UNDER SECTION 82 OF THE 

REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF 

HALDIMAND-NORFOLK ACT 

L The equalization of assessment made under the 
Act in each prescribed class of real property necessary 
to provide, for the Regional Area, assessments of real 
property that, in accordance with section 82 of the Act, 
will be equitable one with the other in each prescribed 
class of real property shall include, as standards to be 
taken into account in such equalization and the com- 
putation of the factors resulting therefrom, the fol- 
lowing considerations: 

1. The proportion that the municipal and school 
board taxes levied for the year 1986 against 
the total assessment of real property in each 
prescribed class of real property is of the total 
municipal and school taxes levied for the year 
1986 in the Regional Area shall be main- 
tained to the extent that, if that single mill 
rate that would have been required to pro- 
duce in the year 1986 the amount of munici- 
pal and school taxes levied in that year 
against the total assessment of the prescribed 
class of real property were applied to the total 
assessment for that prescribed class of real 
property resulting from the factors hereafter 
in this Regulation prescribed for that class of 
real property in the Regional Area, the 
municipal and school taxes that would have 
been so levied for the year 1986 from the total 
assessment for that prescribed class will be 
substantially the same total amount for that 
prescribed class of real property as was actu- 
ally levied in the Regional Area for the year 
1986 against the total assessment for that 
prescribed class of real property in the 
Regional Area. 

2 . All real property within a prescribed class of 
real property in the Regional Area shall, as 
nearly as may be, be assessed at the same 
proportion of the market value of such real 
property in the year 1984, as that market 
value is determined by the Assessment 
Commissioner in whose Assessment Region 
the Regional Area is located. 

3. The total assessment, including assessments 
made under section 32 or 33 of the Assess- 
ment Act, oi the real property in the Regional 
Area shall not be substantially increased or 
decreased. 

4. Equitability of assessment of real property 
within each prescribed class of real property 
in the Regional Area shall be established 
without significant alteration of the assess- 
ment relationships between prescribed clas- 
ses of real property in the Regional Area, 
provided that this paragraph does not apply 
to affect changes in the assessment relation- 
ship between prescribed classes of real prop- 



erty that result from an increase in the total 
assessment of the prescribed class of real 
property by reason of assessments under sec- 
tion 32 or 33 of the Assessment Act. O. Reg. 

435/87, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation applies to the Regional Area and 
to the assessment to be shown on the assessment rolls 
to be returned in the Regional Area for the year 1986 
for taxation in the year 1987 and for every assessment 
made in the Regional Area for taxation in each sub- 
sequent year until a new reassessment of all property 
within the Regional Area is made under subsection 82 
(5) of the Act. O. Reg. 435/87, s. 2. 

3. For the purposes of this Regulation, the real 
property situate in the Regional Area shall be divided 
into the prescribed classes of real property that are 
designated in this Regulation. O. Reg. 435/87, s. 3. 

4. For the purposes of this Regulation, the factor to 
be applied to the market value, as determined in 
accordance with paragraph 2 of section 1 , of real prop- 
erty in each prescribed class of real property in the 
Regional Area shall be that shown in the Schedule to 
this Regulation opposite the number of that prescribed 
class. O. Reg. 435/87, s. 4. 

5. For the purposes of this Regulation, the follow- 
ing classes of real property are prescribed: 

Class 1 

Property assessed as, 

(a) residential and comprising not more than six 
residential units, including vacant land 
municipally zoned principally for residential 
development described in this clause; or 

(b) seasonal residential including vacant land 
zoned principally for this purpose. 

Class 2 

Property assessed, 

(a) as residential and comprising seven or more 
residential units, including vacant land 
municipally zoned principally for residential 
development described in this clause; or 

(b) as a unit or proposed unit within the meaning 
of the Condominium Act to which subsection 
65 (2) of the Assessment Act does not apply 
and that is part of a building or parcel of land 
containing seven or more residential units, 
whether or not such residential units are 
units or proposed units within the meaning of 
the Condominium Act. 



Class 3 



Property assessed as commercial, including 
vacant land municipally zoned principally for 
commercial development. 



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Class 4 



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O. Reg. 436/87 
Schedule 



4263 



Property assessed as industrial, including vacant 
land municipally zoned principally for industrial 
development. 

Class S 

Property assessed as farm land. 

Class 6 

Property assessed as pipe line. 

Class 7 

Property assessed as a railway right of way. 
O. Reg. 435/87, s. 5. 



6. — ( 1) The rates contained in Schedule 3 to Ontario 
Regulation 35/87 (Equalization of Assessments made 
under section 63 of the Assessment Act) shall apply to 
the assessment for taxation of all pipe lines liable to 
assessment and taxation under section 24 of the 
Assessment Act and located in or on the boundary of 
any municipality named in the Schedule to this 
Regulation. 

(2) For the purposes of clause 24 (16a) (b) of the 
Assessment Act, 



(a) where two or more pipe lines occupy the 
same right of way, each pipe line occupying 
the right of way is a second and subsequent 
pipe line, except that which bears the highest 
assessed value computed by applying the 
rates in Schedule 3 to Ontario Regulation 
35/87 without the reduction in rates for the 
second and subsequent pipe Unes occupying 
the same right of way provided for in clause 
(b) but where two or more pipe lines occupy- 
ing the same right of way have the same 
assessed value so computed 2ind that assessed 
value is the highest assessed value or is the 
only assessed value for the pipe lines 
occupying that right of way, each of such 
pipe Unes is designated as a second and sub- 
sequent pi[)e line except that one that was 
first in use as a pipe line; and 



(6) where a right of way occupied by a pipe line 
that is not designated to be a second or sub- 
sequent pipe line under clause (a) is also 
occupied by a pipe line that is designated to 
be a second and subsequent pipe Une, each 
pipe line so designated shall be assessable 
and taxable at 75 per cent of the rate in 
Schedule 3 to Ontario Regulation 35/87 that 
appUes to each pipe line so designated. 
O. Reg. 435/87, s. 6. 

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REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF 
HALDIMAND-NORFOLK 

City of Nanticoke 
Town of DunnviUe 
Town of Haldimand 
Town of Simcoe 
Township of Delhi 
Township of Norfolk 



Prescribed Class of 


Factor 


Real Property 


(0.) 


Class 1 


074 


Class 2 


133 


Class 3 


099 


Class 4 


102 


Class 5 


103 


Class 6 


123 


Class 7 


042 



O. Reg. 435/87, Sched. 

7. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come 
into force on the 1st day of December, 1986. 

Robert Nixon 
Minister of Revenue 

Dated at Toronto, this 22nd day of July, 1987. 

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PUBLIC HOSPITALS ACT 

O. Reg. 436/87. 
Classification of Hospitals. 
Made— June 30th, 1987. 
Approved— July 16th, 1987. 
Filed— July 22nd, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 863 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PUBLIC HOSPITALS ACT 

1. Subsection 1 (1) of Regulation 863 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as amended by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 282/87, is further amended 
by striking out "and" at the end of 
clause iq), by adding "and" at the end 
of clause (r) and by adding thereto the 
following clause: 



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(s) Group S hospitals, being hospitals that may 
provide biosynthetic human growth hor- 
mones. 

2. The Schedule to the said Regulation, 
as remade by section 2 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 110/87 and amended by section 
2 of Ontario Regulation 282/87, is 
further amended by adding thereto the 
following group of hospitals: 

GROUP S HOSPITALS 
Item Location Name 

1. London Victoria Hospital 

Corporation (The 
Children's Hospital of 
Western Ontario) 

2. Ottawa The Children's Hospital of 

Eastern Ontario 

3. Toronto The Hospital for Sick 

Children 

Murray Elston 
Minister of Health 

Dated at Toronto, this 30th day of June, 1987. 

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PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 437/87. 

Restricted Areas — District of 
Manitoulin, Geographic townships of 
Campbell, Dawson, Mills and 
Robinson. 

Made— July 21st, 1987. 

Filed— July 22nd, 1987. 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Minimum side yards 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 672/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 672/81 is amended 
by adding thereto the following sec- 
tions: 

86. — (1) Despite subsection SO (1), one seasonal 
dwelling together with buildings and structures acces- 
sory thereto may be erected and used on the land 
described in subsection (2) if the following require- 
ments are met: 



Minimum lot coverage IS per cent 



Minimum front yard 



7. S metres 



Minimum rear yard 

Minimum ground floor 
area of seasonal dwel- 
ling 

Maximum height of sea- 
sonal dwelling 

Minimum lot area 



O. Reg. 437/87 
7.5 metres 
7. S metres 

S5 square metres 



9 
14 



metres 
hectares 



(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the geographic Township of Robinson in the District of 
Manitoulin being all of Lot 9 in Concession 1. 
O. Reg. 437/87, s. 1, part. 



87. — (1) Despite subsection 50 (1), one seasonal 
dwelling together with buildings and structures acces- 
sory thereto may be erected and used on the land 
described in subsection (2) if the following require- 
ments are met: 



Maximum lot coverage 
Minimum front yard 
Minimum side yards 



Minimum ground floor 
area of seasonal dwel- 
ling 

Maximum height of sea- 
sonal dwelling 

Minimum lot frontage 

Minimum lot area 



15 per cent 
7.5 metres 
3 



1 



metres on one side 
and 1.5 metres on 
the other side 



55 square metres 



9 
81 



metres 
metres 



2 hectares 



(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the geographic Township of Mills in the District of 
Manitoulin being that part of Lot 6 in Concession 14 
designated as Parts 2 and 3 on Reference Plan 
31R-1662, deposited in the Land Registry Office 
for the Registry Division of Manitoulin (No. 31). 
O. Reg. 437/87, s. 1, part. M 

Pauline Morris 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 21st day of July, 1987. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



426S 



RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

O. Reg. 438/87. 

General. 

Made— July 16th, 1987. 

Filed— July 22nd, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 904 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

1. Section 32 of Regulation 904 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as made by section 2 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 140/81 and amended by section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 718/81, section 
6 of Ontario Regulation 591/84 and 
section 5 of Ontario Regulation 
232/86, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

32. — (1) In this section, 

"foster child" means a child who is receiving foster 
care within the meaning of the Child and Family 
Services Act, 1984; 

"foster parent" means a foster parent within the 
meaning of the Child and Family Services Act, 
1984; 

"long term lease" means a lease of a vehicle for a term 
of twelve months or longer; 

"member of the family" means the daughter, daughter- 
in-law, son, son-in-law, foster child, spouse, par- 
ent, foster parent, father-in-law, mother-in-law, 
brother, brother-in-law, sister, sister-in-law, 
grandparent or grandchild of the person with 
respect to whom the expression is being used; 

"motor vehicle" means a motor vehicle for which a 
permit is required under section 7 of the Highway 
Traffic Act, other than a motorcycle, a motor 
assisted bicycle, a motorized mobile home within 
the meaning of Ontario Regulation 744/82 (Vehicle 
Permits) and a dune buggy within the meaning of 
Ontario Regulation 47/84 (General) made under 
the Off-Road Vehicles Act, 1983; 

"person with a permanent physical disability" means a 
person ordinarily resident in Ontario, 

(a) who is permanently deprived of the function- 
al use of one or both aims, or legs, 



(b) whose personal mobility within the usual 
environment where he or she lives or works is 



permanently restricted to the use of a wheel- 
chair, crutches, braces or other devices 
designed to assist the person's mobility, or 

(c) whose permanent visual acuity in both e>es 
with proper refractive lenses is 20/200 or less 
according to measurements taken using a 
Snellen chart or a chart that is equivalent to a 
Snellen chart or whose greatest diameter of 
field of vision is permanently less than 20 
degrees; 

"spouse" means spouse within the meaning of section 
29 of the Family Law Act, 1986. 

(2) For the purposes of an application under sub- 
section (3), the purchaser of a motor vehicle includes a 
purchïiser who acquires title to the motor vehicle and a 
purchaser who leases the motor vehicle under a long 
term lease. 

(3) The Minister may, uf>on receipt of an applica- 
tion in writing therefor, rebate to the purchaser of a 
motor vehicle the tax paid under the Act by the purch- 
aser on the purchase where the Minister is satisfied 
that the purchaser is at the time of the application, and 
was at the time of purchase, 

(a) a person with a permanent physical disability 
who purchased the motor vehicle for his or 
her own transportation; 

{b) a member of the family of a person with a 
permanent physical disability who purchased 
the motor vehicle to provide transportation 
to the person with the permanent physical 
disabiUty where the person with the perma- 
nent physical disability neither owns a motor 
vehicle nor is a lessee under a long term lease 
of a motor vehicle; or 

(c) a religious, charitable or non-profit organi- 
zation, other than a municipality or local 
board, that purchased the motor vehicle for 
use principally to transport one or more per- 
sons with a permanent physical disability. 

(4) No rebate shall be made under this section 
where, 

(a) the application for the rebate is submitted to 
the Minister more than three yeeu-s after the 
date when the applicant paid the tax on the 
purchase of the motor vehicle with respect to 
which a rebate is being claimed; 

(6) the motor vehicle with respect to which a 
rebate is being claimed will be used or oper- 
ated for profit or as part of an undertaking 
carried on for gain; or 

(c) at the expiry of thirty days after the purchase 
of the motor vehicle with respect to which a 
rebate is being claimed, the applicant, other 
than a religious, charitable or non-profit 



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O. Reg. 439/87 



organization, or a member of the family of 
the apphcant was the owner or lessee under a 
long term IcEise of another motor vehicle with 
respect to which a rebate has been previously 
made under this section or section 12 of Reg- 
ulation 903 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 (Definitions of Minister) as it 
existed on the 28th day of February, 1981. 

(5) Notwithstanding clause (4) (c), a rebate may be 
made where, 

(a) the other motor vehicle was purchased and is 
owned or leased under a long term lease by a 
member of the family of the applicant for the 
purpose of transporting a person with a per- 
manent physical disability who is neither the 
applicant nor any person with a permanent 
physical disability the applicant intends to 
transport; 

(b) the other motor vehicle is owned by a 
member of the family of the applicant and 
the owner paid tax on the faiir value of the 
vehicle under the Act on the purchase of the 
vehicle; or 

(c) the owner or lessee under a long term lease of 
the other motor vehicle has been unable, 
after reasonable efforts, to expeditiously dis- 
pose of the vehicle. 

(6) A rebate may be paid in a situation described 
under clause (5) (c) only after the eventual disposition 
of the other motor vehicle. 

(7) Every application for a rebate under this section 
shedl be accompanied by, 

(a) a copy of the purchase or long term lease 
contract for the motor vehicle in respect of 
which a rebate is claimed setting out the 
purchase price or lease payments and the tax 
paid by the applicant; 

(b) where the applicant is purchasing the motor 
vehicle for the applicant's own use, a physi- 
cian's certificate describing the nature of the 
physical disability of the applicant and stat- 
ing whether the disability is permanent; 

(c) where the applicant is a member of the fam- 
ily of a person with a permanent physical 
disability, 

(i) a physician's certificate describing the 
nature of the physical disability of the 
person and stating whether the disa- 
bility is permanent, and 



(ii) a statement by the applicant of the 
applicant's relationship to the person 
and the use the applicant will make of 
the motor vehicle to provide trans- 
portation to that person; 

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(d) where the applicant is a religious, charitable 
or non-profit organization, a statement cer- 
tifying that the motor vehicle was purchased 
to be used principally to transport persons 
with permanent physical disabilities and that 
the applicant is a religious, charitable or non- 
profit organization other than a municipality 
or local board; and 

(c) such further information in addition to that 
information required under clauses (a) to (d) 
as the Minister requires. 

(8) A claim for a rebate under this section by a 
purchaser who is leeising a motor vehicle under a long 
term lease shall be made not more than once in a 
twelve-month period and the total of all the claims 
made by such a purchaser with respect to the motor 
vehicle shall not exceed the tax paid under the Act by 
the purchaser with respect to the leasing of the motor 
vehicle. 

(9) The Minister may rely on the opinion of the 
Ontario Advisory Council on the Physically Hand- 
icapped or from a physician concerning the nature of 
the physical disability of any person for whose trans- 
portation a motor vehicle has been purchased in 
respect of which an application for rebate has been 
made under this section. 

(10) The Minister is not bound by the Eissignment by 
a person to whom a rebate under this section is payable 
of the person's right to the rebate. 

(11) No interest shall be paid in respect of any 
rebate made under this section. O. Reg. 438/87, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation applies to applications 
made with respect to motor vehicles 
purchased after the date of filing of this 
Regulation. 



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32 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 439/87. 

Restricted Areas — Territorial District of 

Sudbury. 
Made— July 20th, 1987. 
Filed— July 23rd, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 834/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 
834/81 is amended by adding thereto 
the following section: 



1 



O. Reg. 439/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 440/87 4267 



80. — (1) Two seasonal dwellings may be erected, 
located and used on the land described in subsection 
(2) if the following requirements are met: 

Minimum lot area 1400 square metres 

Minimum lot frontage 30 metres 

Maximum lot coverage 30 per cent 



Minimum front yard 
Minimum side yards 
Minimum rear yard 



Maximum 
buildings 



height of 



8 metres 



3 metres 



8 metres 



9 metres 



(2) Subsection (1) apphes to that parcel of land in 
the geographic Township of Davas in the Territorial 
District of Sudbury being that part of Lot 14 in Con- 
cession in described as Part 1 on a Plan deposited in 
the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles Division 
of Sudbury (No. S3) as Number S3R-9%1. 

Pauline Morkis 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 20th day of July, 1987. 
(2317) 32 



RESIDENTIAL RENT REGULATION 
ACT, 1986 



O. Reg. 440/87. 
Rent Determination. 
Made— July 16th, 1987. 
Filed— July 24th, 1987. 






REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 

RESIDENTIAL RENT REGULATION 

ACT, 1986 

RENT DETERMINATION 

1. In this Regulation, 

"acquisition costs" means the costs experienced by the 
landlord in acquiring the property and includes, 

(a) the purchase price of the residential complex, 

ib) the legal fees, other than for in-house 
counsel, and disbursements related to the 
purchase. 



(c) the land transfer tax and retail sales tax 
related to the purchase, 

(d) the fees paid to estabUsh an appraised value 
and the costs of obtaining financing related to 
the purchase unless these amounts exceed 
similar market transactions, 

(e) the professional fees and costs associated 
with a physical inspection and evaluation of 
the residential complex, and 

(/) capital expenditures experienced within 
twelve months of the acquisition that meet 
the requirements of section 20; 

"amortization period" means the period for which the 
principal and interest of the total debt would be 
repaid if the financing is continually renewed over 
that period on the same terms; 

"annual accounting period" means a period of twelve 
consecutive months estabUshed for the purposes of 
an application for recording the costs and revenue 
of the residential complex; 

"arm's length" means the persons involved are not 
related persons; 

"Assisted Rental Program" means the program by that 
name administered by the Central Mortgage and 
Housing Corporation; 

"bad debts" means rent due and owing under a 
tenancy agreement that is uncollectible for longer 
than three months; 

"base year period" is the annual accounting period 
most recently completed on or before the effective 
date of the first rent increase applied for; 

"capital expenditure" means, 

(o) expenditures on major renovations and new 
additions to the building, equipment or 
facilities, or 

(6) major expenditures for repair, replacement 
and maintenance, the benefit of which would 
extend more than one year, 

but does not include items listed in Table 2 unless, 

(c) at least 25 per cent of the rental units in the 
residential complex are affected by work that 
involves one or more items on Table 2, or 

id) the capital expenditure aUowance per item 
equals at least 1 per cent of the gross poten- 
tial rent; 

"control" means direct or indirect ownership or control 
either alone or with a related person of, 



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O. Reg. 440/87 



(a) more than 50 per cent of the issued share 
capital of a corporation having full voting 
rights under all circumstances, or 

(6) issued and outstanding share capital of a cor- 
poration in an amount that permits or may 
permit the person to direct the management 
and policies of the corporation; 

'financing costs" means the payments on funds 
obtained or assumed related to the purchase or 
construction of the residential complex which may 
be in the form of a loan, mortgage or a general or 
specific corporate borrowing; 

'graduated payment mortgage" means a mortgage that 
provides, 

(a) that the principal and interest be amortized 
over a period of time and permits initial 
payments to be made in a lower amount than 
would otherwise be made under the amorti- 
zation schedule for equal blended payments, 

(b) that payments be increased according to a 
schedule specified in the mortgage or 
attached agreement to a level that would 
otherwise exceed payments made under an 
equal blended payment amortization 
schedule, and 

(c) that upon expiry of the amortization period, 
the principal and interest are paid in full; 

'gross potential rent" means the total, multiplied by 
twelve, of the monthly maximum rent for all rental 
units in the residential complex whether collected 
or not, for the month immediately preceding the 
effective date of the first rent increase applied for; 

"initial rent-up period" means the period commencing 
the date that the building permit was issued up to 
and including the earlier of, 

(a) two years after first occupancy of the resi- 
dential complex, or 

(b) the time when 90 per cent of the total rental 
units in the residential complex have been 
first occupied; 

"member of the family" means with respect to an 
individual, 

(a) the spouse of such person, 

(b) a child of such person, 

(c) the father, mother, brother or sister of the 
person or any descendant of such brother or 
sister, 

(d) the brother or sister of the person's father or 
mother or any descendant of such brother or 
sister. 



(c) the father, mother or any brother or sister of 
the person's spouse or any descendant of any 
such brother or sister, 

(/) a son-in-law or daughter-in-law of such 
person, 

{g) a person adopted by the person or the spouse 
or any descendant of the adopted person, or 

(A ) a grandfather or grandmother of such person; 

"person" means an individual, corporation, partner- 
ship, trust, trustee, executor, administrator or 
trustee in bankruptcy, receiver or other legal 
representative; 

"projected year period" is the annual accounting 
period immediately subsequent to the base year 
period; 

"reference year period" is the annual accounting period 
immediately prior to the base year period; 

"related person" where used to indicate a relationship 
with any person includes, 

(a) a member of the family of such person, 

(b) an employer or employee of such person, 

(c) a partner of such person, 

id) a trust or estate in which such person has a 
beneficial interest, 

(e) a trust or estate for which such person serves 
as a trustee or in a similar capacity, 

(/) a trust or estate in which persons related to 
such person, as otherwise determined undei 
this subsection, have a beneficial interest, 

(g) a corporation controlled by such person, 

(A) a corporation controlled by such person and 
persons related to such person, or 

(i) a corporation controlled by a person related 
to such person; 

"similar market transactions" means arm's length 
transactions that occur or may reasonably be 
expected to occur under the same or comparable 
terms and conditions and in the same general geo- 
graphic location; 

"spouse" means a person of the opposite sex to whom 
the person is married or with whom the person 
is living in a conjugal relationship outside of 
marriage. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 1. 



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4269 



GENERAL 

2. In this Regulation, if there is a reference to 
"similar mîirket transactions" and an amount, chjirge, 
rate or cost exceeds similar market transactions, an 
amount, charge, rate or cost may be recognized that is 
comparable to similar market transactions unless 
otherwise specified. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 2. 

3. In this Regulation, one corporation is related to 
another corporation if, 

(a) one of the corporations is controlled by the 
other corporation; 

(b) both of the corporations are controlled by the 
same person or group of related persons each 
member of which is related to every other 
member of the group; 

(c ) each of the corporations is controlled by one 
person and the person who controls one of 
the corporations and the person who controls 
the other corporation are related persons; 

id) one of the corporations is controlled by one 
person and that person is related to any 
member of a group of related persons that 
controls the other corporation; 

(e) one of the corporations* is controlled by one 
person and that person is related to each 
member of £m unrelated group that controls 
the other corporation; 

(/) any member of a group of related persons 
that controls one of the corporations is 
related to each member of an unrelated group 
that controls the other corporation; or 

(f ) each member of an unrelated group that 
controls one of the corporations is a related 
person to at least one member of an unrelated 
group that controls the other corpora- 
tion. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 3. 

4. — (1) If costs being considered by the Minister 
have resulted from a non-arm's length transaction and 
the costs were incurred in good faith, the Minister may 
recognize, 

(a) the costs resulting from the transaction if 
they do not exceed those that would be 
experienced in similar market transactions; 
or 

(6) costs comparable to those that would be 
experienced in similar market transactions, if 
the costs resulting from the transaction do 
exceed those that would be experienced in 
similar market transactions. 



(2) If the landlord purchases a residential complex 
in a non-arm's length transaction, 

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(o) the Minister shall îiscertain the real substance 
of the transaction and the good faith of the 
participants; and 

(6) the Minister may recognize the costs relating 
to the purchase, provided that they do not 
exceed those that would be experienced in 
similar market transactions. O. Reg. 
440/87, s. 4. 

5. For the purposes of determining whether a 
related group of buildings is a residential complex, a 
related group of buildings, 

(c) does not include a group that consists of two 
classes of buildings, namely, a building or 
buildings no part of which was occupied as a 
rental unit before the 1st day of January, 
1976 along with a building or buildings, any 
part of which was occupied as a rental unit 
before the 1st day of January, 1976; and 

{b) includes buildings of the same class that, 

(i) share common services and facilities, 

(ii) are subject to the same financing, or 

(iii) are managed and administered as one 
business operation. O. Reg. 440/87, 
s. S. 



SEPARATE CHARGES 

6. For the purposes of subsection 97 (3) of the Act, 
"cablevision" is prescribed as a separate charge. 
O. Reg. 440/87, s. 6. 

7. — (1) For the purposes of subsection 97 (4) of the 
Act, the maximum rent that may be charged shaU be 
increased or decreased in the manner set out in this 
section. 

(2) If all parking spaces are provided for the same 
charge per space, that charge shall be the amount 
added to the maximum rent if an additional space is 
provided or deducted from the maximum rent if the 
landlord discontinues the provision of the space. 

(3) If there are different classes of parking spaces 
and the parking spaces in each class are provided for 
the same charge, the charge per space for that class of 
space shall be the amount added to the maximum rent 
if an additional space is provided or deducted from the 
maximum rent if the landlord discontinues the provi- 
sion of the space. 

(4) If subsections (2) and (3) do not apply because 
there are different charges or different charges within a 
class, the amount that may be added or deducted from 
the maximum rent shall be. 



(a) the amount of the separate charge for a space 
established for the rental unit pursuant to an 



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O. Reg. 440/87 



order under the Act, The Residential 
Premises Rent Review Act, 1975 (2nd Ses- 
sion) or under Part XI of the Residential 
Tenancies Act plus any statutory increases 
permitted since that time; 

(6) if clause (a) does not apply, the earliest 
charge known for the parking space 
associated with that rental unit on or after 
the 29th day of July, 1975 plus any statutory 
increases permitted since that time; 

(c) if clauses (a) and {b) do not apply, the aver- 
age of the separate charges for other parking 
spaces within the same established class; 

(d) if clauses (a), {b) and (c) do not apply and if 
parking has been included in the rent without 
reference to a direct charge in the tenancy 
agreement, the amount that the parties can 
directly or by implication establish as the 
value of the parking space. 

(5) If a new parking space is created or constructed 
and there are existing parking spaces in the same 
established class, the charge to be added to the 
maximum rent shall not exceed the average of the 
charges in that class. 

(6) If the landlord provides a parking space that is 
not on the premises, the charge to be added to or 
deducted from the maximum rent shall be the cost 
experienced by the landlord, if that cost does not 
exceed a cost that is comparable to similar market 
transactions. 

(7) If the landlord provides cablevision, the amount 
that may be added to the maximum rent is the cost 
experienced by the landlord on a per unit basis at the 
time the service is provided. 

(8) If the landlord discontinues the provision of 
cablevision, the amount that may be deducted from 
the maximum rent is, 

(a) if the charge for cablevision is included in the 
basic unit rent, the cost experienced by the 
landlord on a per unit basis; or 

(6) if there is a separate charge for cablevision, 
the actual amount of the charge, 

at the time the service is discontinued. O. Reg. 

440/87, s. 7. 



CONTINGENCY FEES 

8. — (1) For the purposes of subsection 121 (1) of the 
Act, the prescribed amount is 10 per cent of the 
amount that has been or may be recovered, gained or 
saved in part or in whole through the efforts of the 
agent over the twelve-month period commencing on 
the first effective date of the rent increase for each 
rental unit as set out in the order. 



(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), where an order 
is made under section 95 of the Act or where a landlord 
agrees to refund excess rent to a tenant in the absence 
of an order, the proportion shall not exceed 10 per cent 
of the total amount of excess rent found owing by the 
landlord to the tenant pursuant to the order or that the 
landlord, in the absence of an order, has agreed to 
repay. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 8. 

OPERATING COST ALLOWANCE 

9. For the purposes of clauses 75 (a) and 87 (1) (a) of 
the Act, the prescribed operating cost allowance is 3 
per cent of the gross potential rent. O. Reg. 440/87, 
s. 9. 

CONTINUING CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 

10. — (1) For the purposes of subsection 76 (2) of the 
Act, subject to section 20, a capital expenditure is of a 
continuing nature if, 

(a) it is a single capital expenditure completed in 
stages over, or conducted on a project basis 
over, a period that extends beyond the 
applicable period mentioned in section 16 
that, 

(i) makes related improvements within a 
specific room or area, or 

(ii) involves objects, items or systems that 
are similar in nature to each other; 

(ft) the Minister finds, in the initial application, 
that the capital expenditure, 

(i) is not or will not be substantially 
completed within the time period 
mentioned in section 16, and 

(ii) will be completed within a maximum 
of thirty-six months after its com- 
mencement. 

(2) If on a subsequent application a landlord 
demonstrates that, with respect to the capital ex- 
penditure mentioned in subsection (1), 

(a) clauses (1) (a) and (6) apply; or 

{b) clause (1) (a) applies and clause (1) (b) does 
not apply but the completion of the capital 
expenditure was delayed, for reasons beyond 
the landlord's control, beyond thirty-six 
months after commencement of the capital 
expenditure claimed, 

the Minister may find that the capital expenditure is 
continuing. 

(3) Notwithstanding section 16, where the Minister 
finds that a capital expenditure is of a continuing 
nature or is continuing, that part of the capital expen- 
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period mentioned in section 16 shall be recognized for 
the purposes of making an allowance for the capital 
expenditure. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 10. 

CALCULATION OF CAPITAL EXPENDITtntE ALLOWANCE 

1 1. — ( 1) For the purposes of calculating the amount 
of a capital expenditure which a landlord has experi- 
enced or will experience, an allowance for the capital 
expenditure consists of, 

(a) the purchase price, installation cost, renova- 
tion cost or construction costs of the capital 
expenditure; 

(b) an allowance for management and adminis- 
tration; 

(c) the value of the landlord's own labour, 

(d) the rental value of any vacant rental unit if 
the vacancy is directly related to the capital 
expenditure, unless otherwise recognized; 

{e ) interest on the total of clauses (a ), (6 ), {c ) and 
(d) including, where the capital expenditure 
is financed by borrowing, the value of any 
guarantees given by or on behalf of the land- 
lord to the lender, and 

(/) a reduction of the amounts set out in clauses 
(a), (c) and {d) by an amount equal to any 
proceeds received from or as a result of 
insurance, 

amortized over the anticipated useful life of the ex- 
penditure in the form of a blended equal annual pay- 
ment of principal and interest. 

(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), if the landlord 
obtains funds for a capital expenditure to rehabihtate a 
residential complex under the Low Rise Rehabilitation 
Program, the High Rise Rehabilitation Project, the 
Conserve-a-Unit research project, the Ontario Home 
Renewal Program, or the Residential Rehabilitation 
Assistance Program, any payments made by the land- 
lord during the period under review under the prog- 
rams together with the rental value of any vacant ren- 
tal unit if the vacancv- is directly related to the capital 
expenditure, with interest as provided in section 15 
amortized over the anticipated useful life of the capital 
expenditiu^, shall be allowed instead of the capital 
expenditure allowance, except that, 

(a) any pay-ments required under the program as 
a result of, 

(i) the premises ceasing to be a residen- 
tial complex, 

(ii) the residential complex being sold, 

(iii) the landlord failing to demonstrate 
efforts to prevent tenant disruption 
during the rehabihtation process, or 



(iv) a provision in the program resulting in 
early or accelerated repa>'ment in 
whole or in part, 

shall not be recognized; 

(i) if the total cost of a capital expenditure cal- 
culated in subsection (1) exceeds the funds 
obtained from the programs mentioned in 
this subsection, the excess shall be subject to 
the provisions for capital expenditures as 
otherwise set out in the Act and this Regula- 
tion but a management and administration 
allowance shall be calculated on the total cost 
of the capital expenditure; and 

(c) any funds that the landlord receives as a 
grant or a forgivable loan under which no 
repayment is made, shall not be allowed as 
part of the capital expenditure. O. Reg. 
440/87, s. 11. 

ANTICIPATED USEFUL LIFE 

12. — (1) For the purposes of section 11, the antici- 
pated useful life for new items to be used in calculating 
the capital expenditure aUowance is set out in Tables 1 
and 2. 

(2) If a capital expenditure under review is not set 
out in Table 1 or 2, the Minister shall consider the 
nature of the expenditure with reference to charac- 
teristics in common with the items set out in Tables 1 
and 2 and factors which are reasonable in the 
marketplace. 

(3) If an item is not new, the Minister shall deter- 
mine the remaining useful life of the item under review 
by taking into account its age and the anticipated use- 
ful life as determined under subsections (1) and (2) and 
the remaining anticipated useful life of the item. 
O. Reg. 440/87, s. 12. 

ALLOWANCE FOR MANAGEMENT AND 
ADMINISTRATION 

13. — (1) For the purposes of clause 75 (d) of the Act 
and section 11, the allowances for management and 
administration with respect to capital expenditures, 
excluding capital expenditures experienced during the 
initial rent-up period, are set out in this section. 

(2) If construction or renovation is performed by 
persons who are not directly employed by the landlord 
but who are supervised by the landlord or by someone 
retained by the landlord to supervise during the con- 
struction or renovation project, an allowance for man- 
agement and administration of 7.5 per cent of the con- 
struction or renovation costs, before any reduction for 
insurance proceeds, shall be included in the calculation 
of the coital expenditure aUowance. 

(3) If construction or renovation is performed by 
persons in the direct employ of the landlord, an 
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cent of the direct labour and material costs, before any 
reduction for insurance proceeds, and a management 
allowance shall be allowed of 7.5 per cent of the total 
of the direct labour and material costs and the 
administration allowance, before any reduction for 
insurance proceeds, unless the allowances or manage- 
ment and administration costs have otherwise been 
recognized in determining a rent increase. 

(4) In respect of the purchase and installation of 
apphances, carpeting, furnishings and other similar 
items, a management allowance of 2 per cent of the 
total cost of purchase and installation, before any 
reduction for insurance proceeds, shall be allowed if it 
is determined that there was management effort used 
by the landlord or a person employed by the landlord 
in the negotiation of improved terms of purchase or on 
the supervision of the installation. O. Reg. 440/87, 
s. 13. 



LABOUR PROVIDED BY THE LANDLORD 

14. — (1) For the purposes of making a determina- 
tion under section 11, where the labour involved in 
carrying out a capital expenditure is provided by the 
landlord, the Minister shall allow the value of the 
work done on the basis of an amount that is reasonable 
in the marketplace. 

(2) For the purposes of making a determination 
under subsection (1), the portion of the cost of the 
capital expenditure represented by the landlord's own 
labour shall not be the subject of an allowance for 
management and administration. O. Reg. 440/87, 
s. 14. 

INTEREST ON CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 

15. — (1) For the purposes of clauses 78 (1) (a) and 
(b) of the Act and section 11, the rates of interest to be 
allowed are set out in this section. 

(2) If the capital expenditure is financed entirely by 
borrowing, the interest rate allowed is the rate experi- 
enced unless the rate experienced unreasonably 
exceeds the rate for similar market transactions. 

(3) Notwithstanding subsection (2), for the purposes 
of clause 78 (1) (b) of the Act, if the interest rate experi- 
enced by the landlord is discounted as a result of 
guarantees given by or on behalf of the landlord to the 
lender, the discount shall be added to the interest rate 
and the resulting rate shall be used in the calculation of 
the allowance for capital expenditures. 

(4) If the capital expenditure has been financed 
entirely out of the landlord's own funds, the interest 
rate allowed shall be the average mortgage interest 
rate of five year conventional first mortgages as 
reported monthly by Canada Mortgage and Housing 
Corporation for the third month prior to the effective 
date of the first rent increase applied for, or in the case 
of an application made under subsection 89 (1) of the 
Act, for the month that the application is made, plus. 



(a) one percentage point of interest if there is 
existing financing related to the acquisition 
or construction of the residential complex 
equal to more than 30 per cent but less than 
60 per cent of the acquisition costs or value of 
the residential complex as determined under 
sections 48 and 49; or 

(ft) two percentage points of interest if there is 
existing financing related to the acquisition 
or construction of the residential complex 
which is 60 per cent or more of the acquisi- 
tion costs or value of the residential complex 
as determined under sections 48 and 49. 

(5) If the capital expenditure has been financed in 
part by borrowed funds and in part by the landlord's 
own funds, the interest rate allowed on the borrowed 
funds shall be as set out in subsections (2) and (3) and 
the interest rate allowed for the landlord's own funds 
shall be as set out in subsection (4). 

(6) For the purposes of subsection (4), the level of 
existing financing shall be determined as of the date 
the current application is made. O. Reg. 440/87, 
s. IS. 

SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION 

16. — (1) In this section, "substantially completed" 
means the degree of completion such that the landlord 
would be liable for the total cost of completion of the 
capital expenditure or the point where the capital 
expenditure would reasonably be considered to be 
complete despite further work to be completed. 

(2) For the purposes of an application under section 
74 or 86 of the Act, subject to subsection 10 (3), an 
allowance shall be made for capital expenditures 
which have been or will be substantially completed 
within a period of twelve consecutive months that 
occurs within the base year period and the projected 
year period. 

(3) Notwithstanding subsection (2), if a landlord 
makes an application for an intended rent increase to 
be effective on or before the 1st day of August, 1987, 
an allowance shall be made for capital expenditures 
that have been or will be substantially completed dur- 
ing the base year period and the projected year 
period. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 16. 

VARIANCE FROM PROJECTED EXPENDITURE 

17. — (1) For the purposes of clause 75 (c) of the Act, 
"actual capital expenditure" means the allowance as 
determined under section 1 1 for a capital expenditure 
that has been actually completed. 

(2) If the Minister finds on a subsequent application 
that the allowance for an actual capital expenditure 
varies from the allowance for the projected capital 
expenditure allowed on a previous order made under 
the Act or the Residential Tenancies Act, the Minister 
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on the application, as the case may be, the amount of 
the variance. 

(3) For the purposes of determining the allowance 
for an actual capital expenditure in subsection (2), the 
Minister shall recalculate the allowance for the pro- 
jected capital expenditure allowed on a previous order 
on the basis of actual costs, but using the same amorti- 
zation period and interest rate as on the previous 
order. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 17. 



REPLACEMENT 

18. — (1) For the purposes of subsection 78 (2) of the 
Act, if an item allowed on the current application is 
specifically identified and is found by the Minister to 
be an item allowed in a previous order, the item previ- 
ously allowed has been replaced. 

(2) If subsection (1) does not apply, where an item 
previously allowed was installed in a specific unit and 
a similar item allowed on the current application was 
installed in the same unit, the item is deemed to be 
replaced unless otherwise established. 

(3) If subsections (1) and (2) do not apply, an item 
has been replaced if the item allowed on the current 
application is composed of a number of articles and the 
number of articles together with a number of similar 
articles completed on or after the 1st day of August, 
1985 and allowed in a previous order exceeds the 
number of similar articles in use in the residential 
complex at the time the current application is made. 

(4) If subsection (3) applies, the number of articles 
being replaced shall be determined by subtracting the 
number of similar articles in use in the residential 
complex at the time the application is made from the 
total of the number of similar articles allowed on the 
current application and the number of similar articles 
completed on or after the 1st day of August, 1985 and 
allowed in a previous order. 

(5) Where an item is found to be replaced under 
subsection (3), the amount allowed in the previous 
order in respect of the articles that were replaced shall 
be determined on the basis that those articles allowed 
first are replaced first. 

(6) If an item wjis allowed as part of a capital 
expenditure consisting of a number of items and the 
allowance for the capital expenditure included princi- 
pal and interest amortized over an anticipated useful 
life that, 

(o) took into account all the items; and 

(b) differs from the anticipated useful life of the 
individual item set out in Tables 1 and 2, 



the iiem may be found to be replaced when the allowed 
anticipated useful life of the whole capital expenditure 
has elapsed. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 18. 

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NEGLECT 

19. For the purposes of section 96 of the Act, 

'ongoing deliberate neglect" in maintaining the resi- 
dential complex or any rental unit means that the 
landlord was aware of the relevant maintenance 
conditions and failed to take reasonable corrective 
measures within a reasonable length of time and as 
a result the capital expenditures or proposed capi- 
tal expenditures were necessary, but that failure 
does not include matters that are beyond the land- 
lord's control; 

'substantial" means that the total of the allowances for 
capital expenditures that have been found to be 
necessar>' as a result of the landlord's ongoing 
deliberate neglect equals 1 per cent or more of the 
monthly maximum rent of the rental units affected 
by the said capital expenditure for the month pre- 
ceding the effective date of the first increase 
applied for multiplied by twelve. O. Reg. 440/87, 
s. 19. 



CAPITAL EXPENDITURES AS ACQUISITION COSTS 

20. — (1) If capital expenditures have been or will be 
incurred within twelve months of the acquisition of the 
residential complex and if there was an obvious need 
for the capital expenditures which a prudent purchaser 
would have taken into consideration in negotiating the 
purchase price, no allowance for the capital expendi- 
ture shall be made as such and the cost of the capital 
expenditure, as set out in clauses 11(1) (a), (c), (d) and 
(/) shall be considered as part of the acquisition costs 
unless it has been experienced during the initial rent- 
up period in which case subsection 48 (9) applies. 

(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), that portion of 
the capital expenditures that exceeds the level of work 
for which there was an obvious need shall be allowed 
as a capital expenditure. 

(3) Where a capital expenditure has been considered 
on an application as part of the acquisition costs under 
subsection (1), the capital expenditure shall not be 
found on that application to be of a continuing nature 
but it may be so found on a subsequent applica- 
tion. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 20. 



CONDITIONAL ORDER 

21. — (1) For the purposes of subsection 89 (2) of the 
Act, 

"expenditure" means, 

(a) the purchase price, installation cost, renova- 
tion cost or construction costs of the capital 
expenditure, 

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(c) the rental value of any vacant rental unit if 
the vacancy is directly related to the capital 
expenditure unless otherwise recognized, and 

(d) a reduction of the amounts set out in clauses 
(a), (b) and (c) by an amount equal to any 
proceeds received from or as a result of 
insurance; 

"substantially higher or lower" means that the differ- 
ence between the amount of the actual expenditure 
and the projected expenditure exceeds 5 per cent of 
the projected expenditure. 

(2) For the purposes of determining actual or pro- 
jected expenditures under subsection 89 (2) of the Act 
where funds are obtained pursuant to the programs 
and projects set out in subsection 1 1 (2), that portion of 
the actual expenditure or projected expenditure which 
is funded by a grant or a forgivable loan under which 
no repayment is made shall not be recognized as an 
actual or projected expenditure. O. Reg. 440/87, 
s. 21. 



CONSTRUCTION OF ADDITIONAL PARKING SPACES 

22. — (1) Notwithstanding subsection 7 (5), where 
subsection 97 (4) of the Act does not apply and an 
application under section 74, 86 or 89 of the Act has 
been made, if the landlord constructs additional 
parking spaces where there are existing parking spaces 
in that class, the cost of the additional spaces shall be 
determined in the same manner as a capital expendi- 
ture and the capital expenditure allowance shall be 
apportioned among all parking spaces of that class by 
adding the allowance to the total maximum separate 
charges for the existing spaces and dividing the 
resulting total equally among all of the parking spaces 
of that class. 

(2) If the landlord constructs parking spaces and 
there are no existing parking spaces in that class, the 
cost of the new parking spaces shall be determined in 
the same manner as a capital expenditure and the 
allowance shall be apportioned among all parking 
spaces of that class. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 22. 

MAXIMUM RENTS FOR UNITS RENTED FOR THE FIRST 
TIME 

23. — (1) In this section, "floor area" means the 
space on any storey of a building between exterior 
walls and firewalls, including the space occupied by 
interior walls and partitions but not including exits 
and vertical service spaces that pierce the storey. 

(2) For the purposes of section 99 of the Act, a unit 
that is "rented for the first time" means the first rental 
of, 

(a) a new rental unit no part of which was previ- 
ously in existence as part of a residential 
complex; 



(b) a new rental unit that has been formed by 
adding to the floor area of an existing build- 
ing if the amount of the additional floor area 
exceeds 50 per cent of the total floor area of 
the new rental unit; and 

(c) a new rental unit in which at least SO per cent 
of the floor area was previously a portion of 
the residential complex, other than vacant 
grounds, and that was never occupied as a 
rental unit if the landlord, 

(i) files a statement with the Minister 
that the floor area that was part of the 
existing residential complex has not 
previously been used by any tenant 
within the twelve months preceding 
the date that it was first converted for 
the purposes of the new unit, 

(ii) gives the tenants a copy of the state- 
ment within ten days of filing and 
advises the tenants that they may file 
submissions with the Minister within 
thirty days from the filing of the 
statement, 

(iii) files proof of the giving of the state- 
ment to the tenants with the Minister, 
and 

(iv) files any reply to the submissions of 
the tenants within forty-five days 
from the filing of the statement. i 

il 

(3) Notwithstanding clause (2) (c), where a portion 

of the new rental unit that was part of the existing 
residential complex was previously a common area in 
the residential complex used by any tenant within the 
previous twelve months preceding the date that it was 
first converted for the purposes of the new unit, section 
99 will not apply unless the common area consists of 
vacant grounds or unless, 

(a) the landlord has obtained and filed with the 
Minister the written consent from the tenants 
of more than SO per cent of the rental units in 
the residential complex approving the con- 
version of the space; and 

(b) the landlord undertakes that any compensa- 
tion for the loss of the common area con- 
sented to shall be divided equally among the 
tenants of each rental unit in the residential 
complex. 

(4) An order under clause 13 (3) (d) of the Act may 
be made determining that a unit has been rented for 
the first time within the meaning of section 99 of the 
Act and declaring the maximum rent and the date the 
maximum rent takes or took effect. O. Reg. 440/87, 
s. 23. 



24. — (1) Maximum rent shall be determined in 
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for the first time within the meaning of section 99 of 

the Act. 

(2) In this section, the "value of any discount" 
means the cost to the landlord of the discount or the 
benefit in the nature of a discount, including lost 
revenue experienced by the landlord. 

(3) Where the rent charged on the date a unit is 
rented for the first time is affected by a provision in a 
tenancy agreement allowing for a discount, benefit in 
the nature of a discount or a discounted rent during the 
term of the agreement, the maximum rent is, 

(a) where subsection (4) applies, the amount 
stated to be chargeable as the undiscounted 
rent as of the date of first rental in a written 
tenancy agreement commencing on the date 
of first rental; 

(b) where subsection (S) applies and the term of 
the tenancy agreement is twelve months or 
less, the total rent charged for the twelve 
months following the date of first rental, less 
the value of any discounts paid, given or 
allowed, divided by the number of rental 
periods in those twelve months; or 

(c) where subsection (5) applies and the term is 
more than twelve months, the total rent 
charged during the term, less the value of any 
discounts paid, given or allowed, divided by 
the number of rental periods in the term. 

(4) Clause (3) (a) applies where, 

(a) the date that a rental unit is rented for the 
first time is before the 1st day of February, 
1987; or 

(b) the discounts, benefits in the nature of a dis- 
count or discounted rent paid, given or 
allowed during the term of the 2igreement, 

(i) are in respect of the incompletion of 
construction of the residential com- 
plex or temporsuy failure to provide 
promised services or facilities and do 
not extend beyond the six-month 
period commencing upon the date 
that any rental unit in the residential 
complex is first occupied, or 

(ii) are in respect of the marketing of the 
first rental unit in the residential com- 
plex and, 

(A) do not exceed two months rent, 
as averaged over the term of 
the tenancy agreement, or 

(B) are not paid, given or allowed 
to the tenant over a period of 
time that exceeds a total of six 



months, which need not be 
consecutive. 

(5) Clause (3) (ft) or (c) applies where the date that a 
rental unit is rented for the first time is on or after the 
1st day of Februar>% 1987 and the discounts, benefits 
in the nature of discounts or discounted rent paid, 
given or allowed to the tenant, 

(a) are in respect of the incompletion of con- 
struction of the residential complex or tem- 
porar>' failure to provide promised services or 
facilities and extend beyond the six-month 
period commencing upon the date that any 
rental unit in the residential complex is first 
occupied; 

(ft) are in respect of the marketing of the first 
rental unit in the residential complex, and 

(i) exceed two months rent, as averaged 
over the term of the tenancy agree- 
ment, or 

(ii) are paid, given or allowed to the ten- 
ant over a period of time that exceeds 
a total of six months, which need not 
be consecutive; or 

(c) are in respect of any other discount, benefit 
in the nature of a discount or discounted rent. 

(6) Where a tenancy agreement commencing on the 
date that a rental unit is rented for the first time pro- 
vides that the amount of rent charged will decrease at 
any time during the term of the agreement from that 
charged on the date of first rental, which decrease is 
not in the nature of a discount, benefit in the nature of 
a discount or discounted rent, the maximum rent is, 

(a) where the term of the tenancy agreement is 
twelve months or less, the total rent charged 
for the twelve months following the date of 
first rental, divided by the number of rental 
periods in those twelve months; or 

(ft) where the term is more than twelve months, 
the total rent charged during the term, 
divided by the number of rental periods in 
the term. 

(7) Notwithstanding subsections (3) to (5), where the 
rent for a rental unit is discounted as of the date the 
unit is rented for the first time according to a written 
tenancy agreement as the result of a provision in an 
agreement between the landlord and a municipality 
entered into to secure approval of an application by the 
landlord under the Rental Housing Protection Act, 
1986, the maximum rent is the amount stated in the 
tenancy agreement to be chsu-geable as the undis- 
counted rent as of the date of first rental. 

(8) If an order of the Minister, the Board or a court 
determines the maximum rent or lawful rent charge- 
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time, the maximum rent shall be the rent set out in the 
order and not as determined under this section. 
O. Reg. 440/87, s. 24. 

CURRENT MAXIMUM RENT FOR EXISTING UNITS 

25. — (1) Where section 99 does not apply, the cur- 
rent maximum rent for a rental unit shall be deter- 
mined in accordance with this section if the cir- 
cumstances set out in this section are applicable. 

(2) In this section, 

"actual rent" and "actual rent date" have the same 
meanings as in section 54 of the Act as modified by 
sections 4 and 17 of Ontario Regulation 10/87; 

"prompt payment provision" means a provision in a 
tenancy agreement which states that if a rent pay- 
ment is made on or before the due date or within a 
specified period thereafter, a lesser amount of 
money will be chargeable. 

(3) If the landlord submits Form SR in respect of a 
rental unit, the maximum rent shall not exceed the 
amount of the rent charged as a result of the rent 
reduction plus all statutory or other rent increases 
permitted up to the date of the maximum rent. 

(4) If the rent chargeable under the terms of a 
tenancy agreement is subject to a prompt payment 
provision, the current maximum rent shall not exceed 
the lesser amount unless, 

(a) the rent set out or declared as the lawful or 
maximum rent in the most recent order 
issued under the Act, the Residential Tenan- 
cies Act or The Residential Premises Rent 
Review Act, 1975 (2nd Session) is the higher 
amount that was chargeable under the 
prompt payment provision then in effect; or 

(ft) the rental unit was rented before the 1st day 
of February, 1987 and the rent chargeable 
since, 

(i) the 29th day of July, 1975, or 

(ii) the first date that the rental unit is 
rented after the 29th day of July, 
1975, 

has been continuously subject to a compara- 
ble prompt payment provision. 

(5) Prompt payment provisions are comparable if 
the ratio of the lesser amount chargeable thereunder to 
the higher amount as of the later date is the same as or 
greater than the ratio of the lesser amount to the higher 
rent as of the earlier date. 

(6) Where, 

(a) the actual rent date is not the date that the 
rental unit is rented for the first time; and 



(ft) the rent charged is affected by a provision in 
the tenancy agreement allowing for a dis- 
count, benefit in the nature of a discount or 
discounted rent within the term of a tenancy 
agreement in effect upon the date on which 
the actual rent is first charged, 

the maximum rent shall not exceed the total rent 
charged for the twelve months following the date on 
which the actual rent is first charged, less the value of 
any discounts paid, given or allowed during those 
twelve months, divided by the number of rental 
periods in those twelve months plus all statutory or 
other increases permitted up to the date of the 
maximum rent. 



(7) If the rental unit is rented to a superintendent, 
employee or a member of the family of the landlord, 
the maximum rent shall not exceed the maximum rent 
set out in the most recent order made under the Act, 
The Residential Premises Rent Review Act, 1975 (2nd 
Session) or the Residential Tenancies Act plus all per- 
missible statutory rent increeises after the effective date 
of rent increase set out in the order, or if there is no 
prior order respecting the rental unit, 

(a) the maximum rent shall not exceed the ear- 
liest known rent since the 29th day of July, 
1975 charged to a person who is not a 
superintendent, employee or a member of the 
family of the landlord, plus all permissible 
statutory rent increases after the effective 
date of rent increase of the rent so deter- 
mined; 

(b) if the maximum rent cannot be determined 
under clause (a), the maximum rent shall not 
exceed the average of the rents for all similar 
rental units in the residential complex or, if 
there is no similar rental unit in the residen- 
tial complex, a rent which is reasonable 
having regard to the rents for other rental 
units therein; or 

(c) if the maximum rent cannot be determined 
under clause (a) or (ft), the maximum rent 
shall not exceed a rent comparable to rents 
being charged for similar rental units within 
the same geographical vicinity. 

(8) If section 99 of the Act does not apply, on an 
application under section 74 or 86 of the Act, the 
Minister, in determining the current maximum rent for 
a renovated unit to which any justified increase might 
be applied shall, if the renovations result in a change in 
the number of rental units or a change in the size of one 
or more rental units in the residential complex, appor- 
tion the total maximum rent of the previous rental 
units among the resulting units on the basis of floor 
area and shall make further proportional adjustments 
for any loss of rental space and common areas. 
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FINANCING COSTS 

26. — (1) If a landlord finances a purchase of the 
residential complex through new financing or assumes 
or refinances existing financing related to the land- 
lord's purchase of the residential complex, the princi- 
pal amount of the financing that shall be recognized 
shall not exceed 85 per cent of the landlord's acquisi- 
tion costs but if the purchase is a Limited Dividend 
Housing project under the National Housing Act 
(Canada) and the principal of the financing provided 
for in the agreement between the landlord and Canada 
Mortgage and Housing Corporation exceeds 85 per 
cent of the landlord's acquisition costs, that financing 
shall be recognized, but the amount of principal recog- 
nized may not exceed the landlord's acquisition costs. 

(2) If a landlord finances construction of the resi- 
dential complex through new financing or assumes or 
refinances existing financing related to the construc- 
tion of the residential complex, the principal amount of 
the financing experienced by the landlord shall be rec- 
ognized up to the value of the residential complex as 
determined under sections 48 and 49. 

(3) If partial ownership, right, title or interest in the 
residential complex is purchased jmd the landlord 
finances the purchase through new financing or 
assumes or refinances existing financing the principal 
amount of the finjmcing that shall be recognized in 
relation to the purchase of that paulial ownership 
right, title or interest shall not exceed 85 per cent of the 
acquisition costs experienced by the landlord. 

(4) Notwithstanding subsections (1), (2) and (3), in 
respect of a residential complex no part of which was 
occupied as a rental unit before the 1st day of January, 
1976, the principal amount of financing modified by 
any changes in principal experienced by the landlord 
up to the 1st day of August, 1985 shall be recognized, 
provided that any increases or decreeises in debt out- 
standing respecting that financing before the 1st day of 
August, 1985 shall result in a corresponding reduction 
or increase of the landlord's inifial invested equity but 
any reduction shall not exceed the amount of the 
landlord's initial invested equity. 

(5) If the principal amount of financing that the 
landlord has experienced or will experience is changed 
during the initial rent-up period, the changes in prin- 
cipal shall be recognized in the manner set out in this 
section. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 26. 



27. — (1) In determining financing costs, the rate of 
interest recognized shall be the actual rate of interest, 
unless it can be established that the rate charged 
unreasonably exceeds the rate for similar market 
transactions, except, 

(a) if financing is provided by the vendor and the 
rate of interest charged on that financing is 
less than the rate of interest available for 
financing from financial institutions for a 



borrower in similar circumstances and for 
financing with similar priority of repayment, 
the Minister shall, 

(i) deem the rate of interest to be the 
market rate of interest available from 
financial institutions, 

(ii) deem the principal amount of the 
financing to be less than the actuad 
principal by an amount that is equi- 
valent to the present value of the 
savings in interest that results from 
the difference in the rates of interest 
over the term of the actual financing, 

(iii) recalculate the financing costs in the 
manner set out in this Regulation, and 

(iv) deduct from the acquisition costs the 
amount that is equivalent to the 
present value of the sa\ings in interest 
over the term of the actual financing 
that results from the difference in the 
rates of interest; 

(b) subject to clause (c), if the rate of interest on 
the financing otherwise allowed increases 
during the term of the financing, the Minister 
shall recognize one rate of interest to apply to 
the entire term of the financing equal to the 
average of the rates of interest that have been 
experienced or will be experienced over the 
term; or 

(c) where there is a previous order under the 
Residential Tenancies Act that recognized 
the increase in interest rates during the term 
of the financing 2md the landlord continues to 
make payments under the financing, the 
Minister shall recognize, 

(i) if the previous order recognized the 
average rate of interest over the term, 
the rate of interest recognized, 

(ii) if the previous order recognized the 
increase in interest rates, the average 
of the rates of interest over the term 
remaining at the time of the current 
application, or 

(iii) if the previous order recognized a rate 
of interest, other than the actual or 
average as calculated in this section, 
the average of the rates of interest 
over the term remaining at the time of 
the current application. 

(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), the present 
value of the savings in interest shall be calculated by 
using the market rate of interest available from finan- 
cial institutions as determined in clause (1) (c). 
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BLENDED PAYMENTS 

28. — (1) The financing costs shall be calculated on 
the basis of equal blended payments of principal and 
interest for an annual accounting period not- 
withstanding that the actual financing payments may 
be calculated differently except, 

(a) if financing is obtained under a graduated 
payment mortgage related to a purchase of a 
residential complex on or after the 1st day of 
August, 1985, the actual payments shall be 
recognized provided that the annual increase 
in payments shall not exceed 5 per cent of the 
amount recognized for the previous annual 
accounting period; 

(6) if financing is obtained under a graduated 
payment mortgage related to the construction 
of a residential complex or from a purchase 
prior to the 1st day of August, 1985, the 
actual payments shall be recognized; 

(c) if funds are obtained under the Assisted 
Rental Program, 

(i) the actual payments that the landlord 
has experienced or will experience in 
each annual accounting period during 
the entire period of the program for 
any other financing in respect of the 
residential complex, net of the gov- 
ernment loan advances, shall be rec- 
ognized subject to the provisions for 
financing costs otherwise set out in 
this Regulation, and 

(ii) changes in advances of the govern- 
ment loan and changes in repayment 
of advances shall be allowed as 
changes in financing costs; or 

(d) if the funds are obtained from or guaranteed 
under the Canada Rental Supply Plan, 
Canada/Ontario Rental Supply Plan, 
Ontario Rental Construction Loan, Renter- 
prise, Accelerated Rental Housing Program, 
Integrated Community Housing Program or 
Convert-to-Rent, the actual payments in 
respect of the funds so obtained shall be rec- 
ognized. 

(2) Where the financing that the landlord has 
experienced or will experience has been changed dur- 
ing the period of the landlord's ownership from equal 
blended payments to graduated payments, the 
financing that shall be recognized shall be calculated 
on the b£isis of equal blended payments of principal 
and interest as at the time of the change. 



(3) Where the financing that the landlord has 
experienced or will experience has been changed dur- 
ing the period of the landlord's ownership from 
graduated payments to equal blended payments, the 
equal blended payments shall be recognized. O. Reg. 
440/87, s. 28. 

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CALCULATING PAYMENTS OF PRINCIPAL AND 
INTEREST 

29. — (1) The method of calculating payments of 
principal and interest is set out in this section. 



(2) If the financing relates to a purchase of a resi- 
dential complex by the landlord, except a purchase 
mentioned in clause 79 (6) (a) of the Act, either in the 
form of new financing or assumed financing, interest 
and principal shall be amortized over the actual amor- 
tization period of the financing or a period of twenty- 
five years, whichever is greater, except. 



(a) if the anticipated or actual physical or 
economic life of a residential complex or of a 
building in the residential complex that has 
separate financing is less than twenty-five 
years and financial institutions have pro- 
vided or will provide funds only on the basis 
of an amortization period that is less than 
twenty-five years, the maximum amortiza- 
tion period available from the financial 
institutions shall be recognized; 

(6) if funds have been advanced or guaranteed 
by a government or government agency 
under a program mentioned in clause 28 (1) 
(d) and the terms of the agreement provide 
for repayment of financing over a period of 
less than twenty-five years, the actual amor- 
tization period shall be recognized; 

(c) subject to clauses (a) and (b), if the landlord 
assumes financing at the time of purchase 
and the original amortization period of the 
financing was twenty-five years or longer 
and the balance of the amortization period 
was at least twenty-five years, the balance of 
the amortization period shall be recognized; 

(d) subject to clauses (a) and (b), if the landlord 
assumes financing at the time of purchase 
and the original amortization period of the 
financing was twenty-five years or longer 
and the balance of the amortization period is 
less than twenty-five years, the principal 
amount outstanding shall be amortized over 
twenty-five years, with interest at the rate of 
five year conventional first mortgages, as 
reported by Canada Mortgage and Housing 
Corporation for the third month prior to the 
effective date of the first rent increase applied 
for; 

(e) subject to clauses (a) and (6), if the landlord 
assumes financing at the time of the purchase 
of the residential complex and the original 
amortization period of the financing was less 
than twenty-five years, the terms of the 
financing shall be recalculated by deeming 
the original amortization period to be twenty- 
five years and the deemed balance of the 
recalculated principal amount shall be amor- 
tized over twenty-five years with interest at 



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the rate for five year conventional first 
mortgages as reported by Canada Mortgage 
and Housing Corporation for the third month 
prior to the effective date of the first rent 
increase applied for, or 

(/) if the principal amount of financing is 
changed in accordance with subsection 
26 (4), the amount of the change in principal 
from the balance of principal outstanding 
according to the aUowed pattern of amorti- 
zation shall be amortized with interest over 
the actual period of the financing or a period 
of twenty-five years, whichever is greater. 

(3) If the financing relates to construction of a resi- 
dential complex or to a purch2ise mentioned in clause 
79 (6) (a) of the Act by the landlord, either in the form 
of new financing or financing assumed on a purchase 
as set out in clause 79 (6) (a) of the Act, interest and 
principal shall be amortized over the actual period of 
the financing or a period of twenty years, whichever is 
greater, except, 

(a) if the anticipated or actual physical or 
economic life of a residential complex or a 
building in a residential complex that has 
separate financing is 'less than twenty years 
and financial institutions have provided or 
will provide funds onl>' on the basis of an 
amortization period that is less than twent>' 
years, the maximum amortization period 
available from the financial institutions shall 
be recognized; 

(b) if funds have been advîinced or guaranteed 
by a government or government agency 
under a program mentioned in clause 28 (1) 
id) and the terms of the agreement provide 
for repayment over a period of less than 
twenty years, the actual amortization period 
shall be recognized; or 

(c) if the principal amount of financing is 
changed in accordance with subsection 26 
(4), the amount of the change in principal 
from the balance of principal outstanding 
according to the allowed pattern of amorti- 
zation shall be amortized with interest over 
the actual period of the financing or a period 
of twenty-five years, whichever is greater. 



(4) Notwithstanding subsections (2) and (3), if there 
has been a previous order under the Act, The Resi- 
dential Premises Rent Review Act, 1975 (2nd Session) 
or the Residential Tenancies Act, the amortization 
period recognized on that order shall be recognized. 

(5) In determining the financing costs that the 
landlord has experienced or will experience where 
there has been a change in the amortization period 
upon renewal or refinancing of existing financing 
during the landlord's period of ownership, the amorti- 
zation period that shaU be recognized is, 

162 



(a) the period recognized under subsections (2) 
and (3), reduced by the number of years that 
have elapsed since the inception of the 
financing allowed under subsections (2) and 
(3) to the date of the renewal or refinancing of 
the existing financing; 

(b) notwithstanding clause (a), if the change in 
amortization period during the landlord's 
period of ownership occurred before, 

(i) the 29th day of July, 1975, for a resi- 
dential complex any part of which 
was occupied as a rental unit prior to 
the 1st day of January, 1976, or 

(ii) the 1st day of August, 1985, for a resi- 
dential complex no part of which was 
occupied as a rental unit prior to the 
1st day of January, 1976, 

the amortization period that most recently 
applied to the financing before the date in 
subclause (i) or (ii) shall be recognized but not 
to exceed the total period over which the 
principal and interest is amortized under 
subsections (2) and (3); or 

(c) notwithstanding clauses (a) and (6), if there 
' has been a previous order under the Act, The 

Residential Premises Rent Review Act, 1975 
(2nd Session) or the Residential Tenancies 
Act, the amortization period recognized in 
the previous order reduced by the number of 
years that have elapsed since that financing 
was recognized, to the date of the renewal or 
refinancing of the existing financing. 

(6) In determining the financing costs where there 
has been a change in the principal amount of the 
financing during the period of the landlord's owner- 
ship from the amount that was recognized under sec- 
tion 26, the amount of the principal, 

(a) if there has been a previous order under the 
Act, The Residential Premises Rent Review 
Act, 1975 (2nd Session) or the Residential 
Tenancies Act, shall be calculated on the 
basis of the amount outstanding as a result of 
amortizing the principal and interest pur- 
suant to the determinations made in the pre- 
vious order over the number of years that 
have elapsed since that financing was recog- 
nized; or 

(fr) if there has not been a previous order, shall 
be calculated on the basis of the iunount out- 
standing as a result of amortizing principid 
and interest under this section over the 
number of years that have elapsed since the 
inception of the financing recognized under 
section 26. 



(7) In determining financing costs where there has 
been a change in the frequency of repayment provi- 

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sions or in any other provision that affects the frequen- 
cy of repayment of financing related to the residential 
complex during the period of the landlord's ownership, 

(o) if there has been a previous order under the 
Act, The Residential Premises Rent Review 
Act, 1975 (2nd Session) or the Residential 
Tenancies Act, the frequency of the repay- 
ment considered under the previous order 
shall be recognized; or 

(b) if there has not been a previous order, the 
provision for frequency of repayment set out 
in the previous financing shall be recog- 
nized. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 29. 

CHANGES IN INTEREST RATES 

30. For the purposes of determining financing costs 
no longer borne under clause 75 (h) of the Act, the 
difference between the previously allowed financing 
costs for the latest annual accounting period used in 
determining an increase in financing costs in the previ- 
ous order and the financing costs experienced by the 
landlord for a subsequent annual accounting period 
shall be calculated and the rent increase otherwise jus- 
tified shall be adjusted by the calculated amount. O. 
Reg. 440/87, s. 30. 

31. — (1) Subject to section 27, where there has been 
an increase in interest rates and the landlord renews or 
refinances existing financing at a higher rate, the dif- 
ference between the new rate of interest and the previ- 
ous rate of interest calculated in accordance with this 
section shall be allowed as part of the justified rent 
increase. 

(2) The difference which results from a change in 
the allowed rates of interest shall be calculated on the 
basis of comparing the financing costs that the land- 
lord has experienced or will experience during the base 
year period and the projected year period. 

(3) Notwithstanding subsection (2), where the 
purchase of the residential complex occurred during 
the base year period and the financing costs are deter- 
mined on the basis of costs that the landlord has 
experienced or will experience during the first twelve 
months of ownership, the comparison shall be made 
between the financing costs recognized for the first 
twelve months of ownership and the financing which 
the landlord has experienced or will experience in the 
projected year period. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 31. 



1. If on the previous order an allowance was 
made for a projected increase in financing 
costs due to a projected change in interest 
rates and the acutal interest rate change var- 
ied from the projection, the difference 
between the amount of the allowance based 
on projected interest rates and the amount of 
the allowance based on actual interest rates. 

2 . If on the previous order, financing costs used 
in the calculation of the landlord's financial 
loss, economic loss or relief of hardship 
allowance were based on projected interest 
rates and the actual interest rate varied from 
the projection, and the landlord's financial 
loss, economic loss or relief from hardship 
has been eliminated, the amount by which 
the financial loss, economic loss or relief of 
hardship would have been affected by the 
variance between projected interest rates and 
actual interest rates. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 32. 

ALLOCATION OF ACQUISITION COSTS AND FINANCING 

33. If the landlord has purchased and financed 
more than one residential complex or a residential 
complex and non-residential components in one trans- 
action, for the purposes of determining acquisition 
costs and the financing related to the purchase of the 
residential complex under review, 

(a) the market value of the residential complex 
and the total project shall be determined by a 
professional appraiser; 

(6) the value of the residential complex under 
review shall be determined as a proportion of 
the total acquisition costs, being the same 
proportion that the market value of the resi- 
dential complex represents of the total mar- 
ket value of the project determined under 
clause (a); and 

(c) the financing relating to the purchase shall be 
apportioned among the various complexes 
and buildings within each complex and non- 
residential components so that the total 
financing on each residential complex and 
the buildings within each residential complex 
shall be an equal percentage of the acquisi- 
tion costs for each component, but shall not 
exceed the financing allowed under section 
26, ^i 



VARIANCE FROM PROJECTED FINANCING COSTS 

32. For the purposes of clause 75 (c) of the Act, if 
the Minister finds on a subsequent application that 
actual financing costs vary from the projected financ- 
ing costs allowed on a previous order made under the 
Act or the Residential Tenancies Act, the Minister 
shall add to or deduct from the rent increase justified 
on the application, as the case may be, an amount 
calculated as follows: 



unless it is more reasonable in the particular cir 
cumstances to allocate the value on a different 
basis. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 33. 



CORPORATE FINANCING INSTRUMENTS 



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34. — (1) If a corporate landlord obtains funds 
through a shareholder's loan, or other corporate 
instrument, other than preferred shares, the Minister 
may consider the cost of these funds as financing costs 
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4th day of December, 1986 and if the terms of repay- 
ment are the equivalent of a loan that is reasonable in 
the marketplace for arm's length financing of similar 
principal and terms of payment, namely, 

(a) that there is a repayment in full within a 
fixed time period and on fixed terms required 
by the terms of agreement; 

(b) that the repayments are actually made in 
accordance with the terms of the agreement 
and in a timely manner; and 

(c) that interest is paid on terms that do not 
exceed terms that are reasonable in the mar- 
ketplace, 

but the costs of the funds allowed shall be determined 
under sections 26 to 33 and 35. 

(2) K a corporate landlord obtains funds through the 
issuance of preferred shares, the Minister may consider 
the dividends or similar regular payments as financing 
costs if the shares were issued before the 4th day of 
December, 1986 and if the payment of dividends and 
redemption are the equivalent of the terms of a losm 
that is reasonable in the marketplace for arm's length 
financing of similar principal amount and term of 
repayment, namely, that redemption or payments of 
dividends, 

(a) are made in full within a fixed time period 
and on fixed terms required by the docu- 
ments authorizing the issuance; 

(b) are not dependent on the discretion of the 
corporation or its directors, officers or rep- 
resentatives; and 

(c) are actually made in a timely manner in 
accordance with the terms of the document 
authorizing the issuance, 

but the costs of the funds advanced to the corporate 
landlord allowed shall be determined under sections 26 
to 33 and 35. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 34. 

INCREASED FINANCING PHASE IN 

35. — (1) The rules that are applicable to the phas- 
ing in of financing cost increases under clause 92 (1) (e) 
of the Act are set out in this section. 



loan advance pursuant to the schedule that 
occur in the projected year period compared 
with the base year period; and 

(b) for each subsequent year phase in, the annual 
financing phase in allowance shall be equal 
to the amount of the government loan 
advance reduction plus the amount of the 
increase in the repayment of the government 
loan advance pursuant to the schedule that 
occur in the annual accounting period 
immediately subsequent to the annual 
accounting period used in the previous phase 
in aUowance. 

(3) If clause (2) (b) applies, the landlord shall file 
with the Minister at least 150 days prior to the next 
anniversar>' of the first date of the effective rent 
increase applied for or such later time as the Minister 
may allow, confirmation from the government lender 
of payment pursuant to the terms of the government 
loan advance and repa>Tnent schedule, as may be 
relevant to the phase in period. 

(4) If the landlord fails to file within the period of 
time set out in subsection (3), the financing cost 
increase shall not be phased in in the subsequent year, 
but nothing in this section prevents the landlord from 
making another application under section 74 of the 
Act. 

(5) A financing phase in allowance for a subsequent 
year shall not be made if the government loan advance 
or repaNTnent of the government loan advance under 
the Assisted Rental Program is varied, postponed or 
eliminated. 

(6) If the allowed financing cost is pursuant to a 
graduated payment mortgage, 

(a) the annual finsmcing phase in allowance for 
the initial cmd subsequent years shall be 
equal to the scheduled increase in the pay- 
ment as allowed under clause 28 (1) (a) or (b) 
for the projected year period or subsequent 
annual accounting periods; 2md 

0) if the increase in payment is varied, post- 
poned or ehminated, no further amount shall 
be allowed for a financing cost phase in. 



(2) If the Assisted Rental Program provides for a (7) Where it is demonstrated that the effect of an 



reduction of the government loan advances or the 
repayment of the government loan advances pursuant 
to a specified schedule and the schedule is filed by the 
landlord in support of the application and recognized 
by the Minister for the purposes of this section, 

(a) for the initial year of the phase in, the annual 
financing phase in allowance shall be equal 
to the amount of the government loan 
advance reduction plus the amount of the 
increase in the repayment of the government 



increase in financing costs resulting from an increase in 
interest rates into the annual accounting period com- 
mencing immediately after the projected year period, 
the amount of the difference that the landlord has 
experienced or will experience shall be allowed as a 
phase in of increased financing costs under clause 92 
(1) (e) of the Act determined as follows: 

1. The amount of the phase in for the initial 
year shall be determined in the same manner 
as set out in section 31. 



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2. The amount of the phase in for the sub- 
sequent year shall be determined on the basis 
of the difference between the finjincing costs 
that the landlord has experienced or will 
experience during the projected year period 
and the annual accounting period that com- 
mences immediately after the projected year 
period. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 35. 

FINANCIAL POSITION 

36. — (1) If a landlord has experienced or will 
experience a financial loss or an economic loss or 
where the landlord may be entitled to an allowance for 
relief from hardship and the landlord has complied 
with section 77 of the Act, the Minister shall determine 
the financial position of the residential complex. 

(2) The financial position of the residential complex 
shall be determined by deducting the allowed operat- 
ing costs and the allowed financing costs from the 
allowed revenue in respect of the residential complex 
in the manner set out in sections 37 to 40. O. Reg. 
440/87, s. 36. 

37, — (1) If the landlord has owned the residential 
complex throughout the base year period, the determi- 
nation under section 36 shall be made for the base year 
period. 

(2) Where the landlord has purchased the residen- 
tial complex in the base year period, the determination 
under section 36 shall be made for the base year period 
using revenue and operating costs of the previous and 
current landlords, but the findings for the financing 
costs shall be made only on the current landlord's 
financing costs that would otherwise be allowed and 
that have been or will be experienced during the initial 
twelve month period of ownership of the current 
landlord. 

(3) The Minister shall not make the determination 
under section 36 unless the landlord provides proof of 
the actual operating costs for at least nine months of 
the base year period and findings shall be made for 
operating costs throughout the base year period. 
O. Reg. 440/87, s. 37. 

38. — (1) For the purposes of the determination 
under section 36, the revenue shall be calculated on the 
basis of the maximum rent for each rental unit and 
sundry revenue with respect to the residential complex 
during the base year period less actual vacancy loss 
that the landlord has experienced during the base year 
period not exceeding 2 per cent of the gross potential 
rent. 

(2) If there has been a previous order under the Act, 
The Residential Premises Rent Review Act, 1975 (2nd 
Session) or the Residential Tenancies Act in which 
there has been an allowance for capital expenditures, 
the revenue as determined in subsection (1) shall be 
reduced by the total of the landlord's previous allow- 
ances for capital expenditures as may be adjusted by 
subsection 78 (2) of the Act. 



(3) If there has been a previous order under the Act 
or the Residential Tenancies Act in which there has 
been an allowance for variance between an actual and 
projected capital expenditure under clause 75 (c) of the 
Act and section 17, the revenue as determined in sub- 
section (1) shall be adjusted by adding or deducting the 
amount of the variance, as the case may be. O. Reg. 
440/87, s. 38. 

39. If the landlord elects under subsection 77 (2) of 
the Act not to submit proof of the operating costs that 
the landlord has experienced in respect of the residen- 
tial complex for the base year period, the actual 
operating costs determined in the previous order shall 
be updated by, 

(c) adding to the previously calculated operating 
costs for those annual accounting periods 
that commenced prior to January 1, 1987, 

(i) 6 per cent of the previously deter- 
mined operating costs for each annual 
accounting period commencing prior 
to August 1, 1985, and 

(ii) 4 per cent for the previously deter- 
mined operating costs for each annual 
accounting period commencing on or 
after August 1, 1985; and 

(6) adjusting the previously determined operat- 
ing costs for each annual accounting period 
commencing on or after January 1, 1987 by 
the Building Operating Cost Index for the 
calendar year in which the annual accounting 
period commences. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 39. 

40. — (1) For the purposes of subsection 77 (2) of the 
Act, the operating costs experienced in respect of the 
residential complex have been determined where proof 
has been submitted of the actual operating costs and 
findings have been made in respect of those costs in the 
most recent order referred to in that subsection. 

(2) For the purposes of subsection 77 (3) of the Act, 
amounts have been determined for the purposes of the 
prior order where proof has been submitted of the 
actual operating costs and findings have been made in 
respect of those costs in the most recent order referred 
to in subsection 77 (2) of the Act. O. Reg. 440/87, , 
s. 40. 



FINANCIAL LOSS 

41. — (1) For the purposes of determining the land-^ 
lord's financial loss, the Minister shall deduct from the 
revenue determined under section 38, the total of, 

(a) operating costs referred to in sections 37, 39 
and 40; 

(b) the interest paid in the base year period on 
loans with respect to financial loss under sub- 
section 79 (7) of the Act; and 



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(c) the financing costs referred to in section 37. 

(2) For the purposes of subsection 79 (7) of the Act, 
the rate of interest allowed on loans shall be the actual 
rate of interest paid unless it exceeds the rate for simi- 
lar market trjuisactions. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 41. 



42. — ( 1) If the Minister finds that the financial loss 
or that portion of the financial loss that the landlord 
has experienced or will experience did not arise out of 
an increase in financing costs resulting from a purch- 
ase or purchases of the residential complex, or that the 
financial loss that the landlord has experienced or will 
experience arises from a purchase that is subject to 
clause 79 (6) (a) of the Act, the financial loss or portion 
thereof so determined shall be allowed as part of the 
total justified rent increase. 

(2) If the Minister finds the financial loss that the 
landlord has experienced or will experience arsies out 
of an increase in financing costs resulting from a 
purchase described in clause 79 (6) (b) of the Act, the 
Minister shall phase in the financial loss and shall 
allow in the initial year phase in and in each sub- 
sequent year phase in an amount of financial loss that 
does not exceed the greater of. 



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(a) 5 per cent of the total of the last lawful rents 
that were charged; and 

(b) an amount required to ehminate the financial 
loss over a period of five years, 

until the financial loss is eliminated. O. Reg. 440/87, 

s. 42. 

43. For the purposes of clause 79 (6) (a) of the Act, a 
residential complex "was constructed for the purpose 
of such a purchase" where, 

(a) prior to the date of first occupancy of the 
residential complex, there is an unconditional 
agreement of purchase and sale or a condi- 
tional agreement of purchase and sale that 
required either completion of the residential 
complex or achievement of certain occupancy 
levels, prior to the transfer of title; or 

(6) the purchase occurred within one year of the 
date that 90 per cent of the total rental units 
in the residential complex had been initially 
occupied. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 43. 



PHASE IN OF FINANCIAL LOSS 

44. — (1) For the purposes of clause 92 (1) (a) of the 
Act, where an order provides for the phase in of a 
financial loss, the financial loss shall be phased in in 
the manner set out in this section. 

(2) The amount of the phase in attributable to the 
elimination of financial loss for the initial yeîu- shall be, 



(a) the amount of the financial loss that did not 
arise out of an increase in financing costs 
resulting from a purchase or purchases of the 
residential complex or a financial loss arising 
from a purchase that is subject to clause 79 
(6) (a) of the Act; and 

(b) the lesser of, 

(i) the financial loss that did arise out of 
an increase in financing costs resulting 
fi-om a purchase or purchases of the 
residential complex, and 

(ii) where subsection 79 (3) of the Act 
apphes, an amount equal to S per cent 
of the total of the last lawful rents 
that were charged or where clause 
79 (6) (b) of the Act applies, an 
amount equal to the greater of, 

(A) S per cent of the total of the last 
lawful rents that were charged, 
and 

(B) an amount required to ehmi- 
nate the financial loss over a 
period of five years. 



(3) The amount of the phase in attributable to the 
elimination of financial loss for each subsequent year 
shall be the lesser of, 

(a) the balance of the adjusted financial loss 
account as determined under subsection (4); 
and 

(ft) where subsection 79 (3) of the Act applies, an 
amount equal to S per cent of the total of the 
last lawful rents that were charged or where 
clause 79 (6) (b) of the Act apphes, an amount 
equal to the greater of, 

(i) 5 per cent of the total last lawful rents 
that were charged, and 

(ii) an amount required to ehminate the 
financial loss over a period of five 
years. 

(4) For the purposes of determining the amount of 
the financial loss to be eUminated in each year sub- 
sequent to the initial year phase in as set out in subsec- 
tion (2), the financial loss account shall be adjusted 
annuaUy by deducting the phase in amount in that 
year and by dedcucting 1 per cent of the gross potential 
rent for that year and the balance of the financial loss 
account shall be carried forward for the subsequent 
year phase in until such time as the financial loss has 
been eUminated in full. 

(5) Where an order provides for a subsequent ye;u 
phase in, the landlord shall file with the Minister at 
least ISO days prior to the next anniversary dale of the 
first effective rent increase, or such later time as the 



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Minister may allow, confirmation of the amount of 
rent charged for each rental unit since the last effective 
date of rent increase and the amounts which will have 
been charged up to and including the month prior to 
the first effective date of rent increase to be affected by 
the phase in as indicated by notices of rent increase 
that have been given. 

(6) Where the landlord fails to file within the time 
period mentioned in subsection (5), the phase in 
amount concerning the elimination of financial loss 
shall not be effective £is part of the rent increase other- 
wise determined under sections 71 and 92 of the Act, 
but nothing in this Regulation prevents the landlord 
from making another apphcation under the Act. 
O. Reg. 440/87, s. 44. 

45. — (1) For the purposes of subsection 79 (3) of the 
Act and section 42, the "last lawful rents that were 
charged" means the lawful rent charged for each rental 
unit in the residential complex for the month preceding 
the effective date of the first rent increase applied for, 
multiplied by twelve. 

(2) Where the elimination of financial loss is phased 
in under section 44, the "last lawful rents that were 
charged" means, 

(o) in the initial year of the phase in, the lawful 
rent charged for each rental unit in the resi- 
dential complex for the month preceding the 
effective date of the first rent increase applied 
for, multipHed by twelve; and 

(b) in each year subsequent to the initial year 
phase in, the lawful rent charged for each 
rental unit for the month preceding the effec- 
tive date of the first rent increase to be 
affected by the phase in, multiplied by 
twelve. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 45. 

RELIEF FROM HARDSHIP 

46. For the purposes of subsection 79 (2) of the Act, 
"revenue" means revenue as determined under section 
38 and "actual operating and financing costs" means 
operating and financing costs as determined under 
sections 36, 37, 39 and 40. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 46. 

47. — (1) For the purposes of clause 92 (1) (d) of the 
Act, an allowance to relieve the landlord from 
hardship shall be phased in in the manner set out in 
this section. 

(2) Where the Minister is of the opinion that it is 
necessary to relieve the landlord from hardship, the 
initial year phase in amount included in the justified 
rent increase commencing on the effective date of the 
first rent increase under the order, shall be, 



(a) the amount or any portion thereof deter- 
mined under subsection 79 (2) of the Act, if 
the landlord has experienced a financial loss 
in the base year period that has not resulted 
from a purchsise of the residential complex; 

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0) the amount or any portion thereof deter- 
mined under subsection 79 (2) of the Act, if 
the landlord has not experienced a financial 
loss in the base year period; or 

(c) the amount determined under subsection 79 
(5) of the Act. 

(3) Where there has been an initial year phase in 
under clauses (2) (a) and {b), the balance of the amount 
determined under subsection 79 (2) of the Act shall be 
phased in in the subsequent year. O. Reg. 440/87, 
s. 47. 



INITIAL INVESTED EQUITY 

48. — (1) If a residential complex is constructed by 
or on behalf of the landlord, the landlord's initial 
invested equity shall be determined by deducting from 
the value of the residential complex the total principal 
amount of financing that the landlord is contractually 
liable to repay, but the amount allowed shall not 
exceed the value of the residential complex. 



(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), the initial 
invested equity shall be determined as of the date the 
initial rent-up period ends, subject to subsections 26 (4) 
and (5) and 51 (3). 



(3) In subsection (1), the value of the residential 
complex shall be determined on the basis of the value 
of the building plus the value of the land less the 
amount of any grant received by the landlord from a 
government or government agency related to the 
development of the residential complex. 



(4) The value of the land is based on, at the land- 
lord's choice. 



(a) the market value of the land, as determined 
by a professional appraiser, as of the date 
that the building permit is issued; or 



ib) 



(S) In 
includes, 



the actual cost of the land, up to the date the 
building permit is issued, as adjusted by car- 
rying costs. 

clause (4) (b), "actual cost of the land" 



(a) the purchase price; 
(b) 



fl 



the legal fees and disbursements related to 
the purchase; 



(c) the land transfer tax and retail sales tax, 
related to the purchase; 

(d) the professional fees and costs associated 
with a physical inspection and evaluation; 

(e) the professional appraisal fees; 

(/) the costs of obtaining financing related to the 
purchase unless it can be established that the 



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amount exceeds the amount which is reason- 
able for similar market transactions; 

Cg) the cost of application and independent pro- 
fessional representation for land use and 
zoning; 

(h) the costs experienced by the landlord to pro- 
vide zoning, improvements and services to 
the property, including access roads, water 
and sewage, hydro, gas and site develop- 
ment; 

(j) charges, lev^es, impost fees or other financial 
commitments required by municipalities in a 
development agreement; 

0) demolition costs; and 

(k) any other costs reasonably incurred in the 
acquisition and preparation for development 
of the land. 

(6) For the purposes of determining carrying costs 
under clause (4) (b), the Minister shall determine for 
the period of up to two years immediately prior to the < 
date the building permit is issued, i 

(a) revenue received with respect to the land and 
any business activities related thereto, 
including any grants or subsidies received 
from a government or government agency 
related to those business activities; and 

0) the costs that the landlord experienced, 

and deduct the revenue from the costs and make an 
adjustment for losses as set out in subsection (8). 

(7) For the purposes of subsections (6) and (8), the 
costs include, 

(a) interest paid on financing related to the 
purchase of the land; 

(b) interest that may be deemed by the Minister 
on the landlord's own funds used for the 
purchase of the land, at a rate which does not 
exceed similar market debt transactions; 

(c) municipal realty taxes and local improve- 
ment charges; 

(d) insurance; 

(e) costs of operating any business activities 
related to the land; and 

if) any other costs that may be reasonably 
experienced as carr>ing costs. 

(8) Where the revenue exceeds the costs in the 
period up to two years prior to the date the building ; 
permit is issued as determined in subsection (6), the 
Minister shall determine the losses experienced in any 

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two years prior to that period by deducting from the 
revenue received with respect to the land, and any 
business activities related thereto for each year, the 
costs set out in subsection (7) that the landlord has 
experienced for each year, but the adjustment for 
losses of any two pre\'ious years is limited to the 
extent that the net amount determined under subsec- 
tion (6) is reduced to break even. 



(9) The value of the building shall be determined as 
the total of the following experienced during the initial 
rent-up period, namely, 

(fl) the cost of equipment and furnishings relat- 
ing to the residential complex including 
purchase and installation; 

(b) the cost of landscaping and paving; 

(c) the cost of servicing the land not provided for 
as of the date of the building permit and sub- 
sequently provided by the landlord; 

(rf) costs net of actual revenue experienced dur- 
ing the initial rent-up period, to the extent 
that they have not otherwise been recognized 
including, 

(i) operating costs, 

(ii) financing costs, 

(iii) rental incentives for tenants that do 
not exceed the value of discount, 
benefit in the nature of a discount or 
reduced rent paid or allowed to the 
tenant subject to the limitations set 
out in section 24, 

(iv) costs of preparation and maintenance 
of model suites, 

{v) compensation paid to rental agents 
required to promote initial occupancy 
of the residential complex, 

(vi) costs of advertising and marketing 
required to promote the initial occu- 
pancy of the residential complex; 

(e) the indirect costs including pre-payments 
made to reduce the effective interest rates 
and independent professional fees incurred 
for representation before regulatory bodies; 
and 

(f) construction costs, including, 

(i) architectural, engineering and plan- 
ning costs, exclusive of any amounts 
directly related to the management 
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(ii) direct labour and material costs or 
contract cost for labour and material 
including contracts for construction, 

(iii) a management and administration 
allowance in the amount determined 
under subsection (10), and 

(iv) payments made related to construc- 
tion financing costs. 

(10) The management and administration allow- 
ance shall be determined as follows: 

1. Where the construction is performed by per- 
sons other than persons in the direct employ 
of the landlord but who are subject to the 
supervision of the landlord or direct 
employee of the landlord or an architect, 
engineer or planner with whom the landlord 
has contracted to provide management 
supervision, an allowance of 7.5 per cent of 
the total of the direct labour and material 
costs shall be allowed if such costs have not 
otherwise been recognized. 

2 . If construction is performed by persons in the 
direct employ of the landlord, an adminis- 
trative allowance shall be allowed of 7.5 per 
cent of the direct labour and material costs 
and a management allowance shall be 
allowed of 7.5 per cent of the total of the 
direct labour and material costs and the 
administrative allowance unless the allow- 
ances have otherwise been recognized in 
determining a rent increase. 

3. In respect of the purchase and installation of 
appliances, carpeting, furnishings and other 
similar items, a management allowance of 2 
per cent of the total cost of the purchase and 
installation shall be allowed if it is deter- 
mined* that there was management effort 
used by the landlord or a person employed by 
the landlord in the negotiation of improved 
terms of purchase or on the supervision of the 
installation. 

(11) If the landlord has constructed and financed 
more than one residential complex or a residential 
complex and non-residential components in one pro- 
ject, for the purposes of determining the value of the 
complex and the financing related to the construction 
of the residential complex under review, 

(a) the market value of the residential complex 
and the total project as if fully leased shall be 
determined by a professional appraiser; 



(b) the value of the residential complex under 
review shall be determined as a proportion of 
the actual value of the land and the value of 
the buildings for the whole project deter- 
mined in accordance with this section, in the 
same proportion that the market value of the 

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residential complex represents of the total 
market value of the project determined under 
clause (a); 

(c) the financing related to the construction shall 
be apportioned among the various compo- 
nents of the project, being the various com- 
plexes and buildings within each complex 
and non-residential components so that the 
total financing on each residential complex 
and the buildings within each residential 
complex shall be an equal percentage of the 
value for each component but shall not 
exceed the financing allowed under section 
26; and 

(d) if the landlord has constructed and financed 
more than one residential complex in a pro- 
ject in which the components are completed 
at different times, the actual value of the land 
and the value of the buildings for the whole 
project shall be determined as at the time of 
the first occupancy of the residential complex 
under review, 

unless it is more reasonable in the particular cir- 
cumstances to allocate the value of the complex on a 
different basis. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 48. 

49. — (1) If the residential complex is purchased, the 
landlord's initial invested equity, including the princi- 
pal portion of debt not otherwise allowed up to the 
amount of the acquisition costs, is the acquisition costs 
less the allowed financing experienced by the landlord. 

(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), if the residential 
complex has been purchased during the initial rent-up 
period, the landlord's initial invested equity is the 
acquisition costs plus the costs determined under sub- 
section 48 (9) less the allowed financing experienced by 
the landlord. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 49. 



CAPITALIZED FINANCIAL LOSSES 

50. For the purposes of subsection 80 (1) of the Act, 
"capitalized financial losses" are, 

(a) for the period commencing with the end of 
the initial rent-up period or the date of 
acquisition of the residential complex, 
whichever is later, to the end of the base year 
period, the accumulated total of. 



(i) the allowances for capital expend!-' 
tures that have been experienced by 
the landlord, except any amount 
allowed on the application as part of 
justified rent increases under section 
16, and 

(ii) where the financing costs and the 
operating costs exceed the actual 
revenue as adjusted by the allowances 
for capital expenditures determined 



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under subclause (i), the amount of 
that excess that has been experienced 
by the landlord; 

(b) for the period after the end of the base year 
period for each subsequent year in which the 
elimination of economic loss is phased in 
under section 92 of the Act, the balance in the 
fmancial loss account as determined under 
section 44; and 

(c) where clause 51 (1) (a), (b) or (c) appUes and 
the financing costs and operating costs 
exceed the actual revenue for the period 
commencing with the end of the initial rent- 
up period to the end of the base year period, 
the amount of that excess that has been or 
will be experienced by the landlord. 
O. Reg. 440/87, s. SO. 

APPLICATIONS FOR WHOLE BUILDING REVIEW 
WHERE NOT ALL RENTAL UNITS RENTED 

51. — (1) Where the landlord makes an application 
under section 74 in which, 

(a) the effective date of the first rent increase 
appUed for occurs during the initial rent-up 
period; 

(fc) the effective date of the first rent increase 
applied for occurs within twelve months less 
a day of the completion of the initial rent-up 
period; 

(c) the base year period overlaps with the initial 
rent-up period; or 

(d) not all of the rental units in the residential 
complex have been rented before the effec- 
tive date of the first rent increase appUed for 
and the initial rent-up period has ended 
before the base year commences, 

the Minister shall, in addition to other findings made 
under this Regulation, make findings in accordance 
with this section. 

(2) For the purposes of this section, the base year 
period shall commence no earUer than the date on 
which the first rental unit is occupied. 

(3) For the purposes of sections 48 and 49, the value 
of the building and initial invested equitv' shall be 
determined as of the end of the initial rent-up period or 
the end of the base year period, whichever is earlier. 

(4) For the purposes of this section, the Minister 
shall determine the total rent increase that has been 
justified for the rental units that have been rented for 
the first time before the effective date of the first rent 
increase apphed for. 



units that have been rented for the first time before the 
effective date of the first rent increase applied for by 
allocating them in the same proportion that the 
maximum rent for those rental units represents of the 
total of, 

(a) the maximum rent; and 

(b) an amount for the rental units which have 
not yet been rented for the first time which is 
equal to the average of the maximum rent for 
similar rented rental units, 

unless it is more reasonable in the particular cir- 
cumstances to allocate the costs on a different 
basis. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 51. 



RATE OF RETURN 

52. — (1) For the purpose of determining a land- 
lord's economic loss, the landlord's rate of return shall 
be the ratio of the l2uidlord's positive revenue as a 
percentage of the landlord's initial invested equity and 
capitalized financial losses in respect of a residential 
complex. 

(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), the landlord's 
positive revenue means the portion of the landlord's 
revenue as determined under section 38 that exceeds 
the allowed costs determined under sections 37, 39 and 
40. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 52. 

53. For the purposes of clause 80 (1) (b) of the Act, 
the three year moving average of the Canada Bond 
rate for ten years and over shall be determined for each 
calendar year commencing the 1st day of January, 
1987 on the basis of the sum divided by thirty-six of the 
averjige annual bond yield for each of the thirty-six 
months up to and including the month of October, in 
the preceding calendar year, as published in the Bank 
of Canada Review, Series B #14013. O. Reg. 
440/87, s. 53. 



PHASE IN OF ECONOMIC IX)SS 

54. — (1) For the purposes of clause 92 (1) (a) of the 
Act, where an order provides for the phase in of 
economic loss, the economic loss shall be phased in in 
the manner set out in this section. 

(2) If the landlord has experienced a financial loss 
and an economic loss, the full ehmination of the finan- 
cial loss shall be achieved before the elimination of the 
economic loss is allowed. 

(3) Where there is a purchase of the residential 
complex, the maximum amount to be Jillowed in the 
initial and subsequent years of phase in for the ehmi- 
nation of a financial loss is the amount permitted by 
subsection 79 (3) or (6) of the Act and section 42. 



(5) For the purposes of this section, the Minister (4) For the purposes of determining the amount of 

shall determine the costs attributable to the rental the phase in in the initial and subsequent years of 

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phase in for the eUmination of financial loss and 
economic loss, the economic loss account shall be 
adjusted, if applicable, by, 

(a) adding the rate of return permitted by sub- 
section 80 (1) of the Act on an amount equal 
to the capitalized financial loss referred to in 
clause SO (b); and 

(b) deducting from the economic loss account as 
may have been adjusted by an amount 
determined under subsection 80 (2) of the Act 
or under clause (a), an amount equal to the 
difference between 1 per cent of the gross 
potential rent and that portion thereof that 
has been deducted from the financial loss 
account for that year. 

(5) Where there is a balance outstanding in the 
economic loss account after the commencement of the 
elimination of economic loss, in each subsequent year 
of phase in, the economic loss account shall be 
adjusted by deducting the lesser of the amount 
remaining and the amount determined under subsec- 
tion 80 (2) of the Act and by deducting 1 per cent of the 
gross potential rent for that period, until such time as 
the adjusted economic loss outstanding in the 
economic loss account has been eliminated in full. 
O. Reg. 440/87, s. 54. 



EXTRAORDINARY OPERATING COSTS 

55. — (1) For the purposes of determining extraordi- 
nary operating costs, "revenue" means gross potential 
rent. 

(2) For the purposes of determining extraordinary 
operating costs if an item is not included as an indi- 
vidual operating cost category in the Building 
Operating Cost Index, it shall be included in the cate- 
gory known as "Miscellaneous" but shall not include 
any reserve funds accumulated for the purpose of 
deferred or actual capital expenditures, whether 
accumulated by the landlord or otherwise, required to 
be paid by the landlord. 

(3) For the purposes of determining extraordinary 
operating costs in the category of the Building 
Operating Cost Index known as "Maintenance", find- 
ings shall be made for the accumulated total of, 



(a) painting and decorating; 
(6) cleaning and janitorial; 

(c) elevator maintenance; 

(d) plumbing and electrical repairs; 

(e) general building maintenance; 
(/) snow removal; 



ig) groundskeeping; and 

(h) appliance repairs. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 55. 

56. — (1) In order to estabhsh that extraordinary 
operating costs have been or will be experienced, proof 
shall be provided of the actual costs in the specific 
categories of the Building Operating Cost Index that 
have been experienced or will be experienced in the 
base year period and the projected year period. 

(2) For the purposes of clause 75 (b) of the Act, the 
allowance for extraordinary operating costs shall be 
the difference in the amount that the landlord has 
experienced or will experience in an operating cost 
category between the projected year period and the 
amount resulting from the application of the relevant 
component of the Building Operating Cost Index to 
the costs that the landlord has experienced or will 
experience in the base year period. 

(3) For the purposes of subsection (2), the relevant 
component in the Building Operating Cost Index is the 
change for the category in the Building Operating Cost 
Index used in the construction of the Residential Com- 
plex Cost Index for the calendar year in which the 

. effective date of the first rent increase that is applied 
for occurs. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 56. 



CHANGES IN SERVICES AND FACILITIES AND IN THE 

STANDARD OF MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR 

FOR WHOLE BUILDING REVIEW 

57.— (1) For the purposes of clause 75 (f) of the Act, 
changes in parking and cablevision shall be deter- 
mined in accordance with subsections 7 (1) to (4), (6) 
and (7) and section 22. 

(2) For the purposes of clause 75^ (f) of the Act, the 
Minister shall make findings regarding changes in the 
services and facilities, other than parking and cable- 
vision, in respect of the residential complex or any 
rental unit located therein in the manner set out in this 
section. 

(3) If the Minister finds that a service or facility 
previously provided by the landlord for a rental unit or 
the residential complex is withdrawn, the rent increase 
otherwise determined for the rental units affected shall 
be reduced by an amount that is the average monthly 
cost experienced by the landlord in the previous twelve 
months for providing the service or facility. 



(4) If the Minister finds that a service or facility 
previously provided by the landlord for a rental unit or 
the residential complex is reduced, the Minister shall 
determine the average monthly cost experienced by the 
landlord in the previous twelve months for providing 
the service or facility and shall determine the propor- 
tional cost to the landlord of the reduction in the ser- 
vice or facility, and the rent increase otherwise deter- 
mined shall be reduced accordingly for those rental 
units affected. 

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(5) If the Minister finds that a service or facility is 
provided by a landlord for the first time, the Minister 
shaU determine whether the service or facility is a cap- 
ital expenditure, operating cost or extraordinary 
operating cost that the landlord has experienced or will 
experience and shall make findings in accordance with 
section 75 of the Act. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 57. 

58. — (1) If the Minister determines that a with- 
drawal or reduction of a service or facility under sec- 
tion 57 is temporary, no adjustment to the rent 
increase shall be made. 

(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), a reduction or 
withdrawal of a service or facility is temporary if, 

(a) it is for a reasonable length of time in the 
circumstances, but in any event, not exceed- 
ing twelve months; and 

(ft) the landlord has demonstrated an intention 
to restore the service or facility within the 
period mentioned in clause (a). O. Reg. 
440/87, s. 58. 

59. — (1) For the purposes of clause 75 (f) of the Act, 
"a change in the standard of maintenance and repair" 
means a change that has occurred in the standard of 
maintenance and repair during the period commencing 
with the beginning of the reference year period up to 
the end of the time for submitting representations 
under section 74 of the Act. 

(2) The Minister shall not include an allowance to 
reflect a change in the standard of maintenance and 
repair if, 

(o) the standard of maintenance and repair had 
deteriorated and the cost of an improvement 
was made during the period referred to in 
subsection (1) that resulted in returning the 
standard of maintenance and repair back to 
the former standard of maintenance and 
repair; or 

(b) the standard of maintenance and repair 
deteriorated during the period in which a 
capital expenditure was effected. 

(3) The Minister shall include an allowance to 
reflect a change in the standard of maintenance and 
repair if, 

(a ) there has been a deterioration in the standard 
of maintenance and repair immediately sub- 
sequent to an improvement and the previous 
order under the Act did not make an allow- 
ance for the improvement because clause 
(2) (a) applied; or 

(6) a rent increase was reduced in a previous 
order under the Act as a result of a deteriora- 
tion in the standard of maintenance and 
repair and there has been a subsequent 
improvement during the period referred to in 
subsection (1). 



(4) For the purposes of calculating the justified rent 
increase under section 74 of the Act, an allowîmce for a 
change in the standard of maintenance zmd repair shall 
be calculated on the basis of the reasonable value of 
the change. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 59. 

CHANGES IN SERVICES AND FACILITIES AND IN THE 

STANDARD OF MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR FOR 

DISPUTE OF INTENDED RENT INCREASE 

60. — (1) For the purposes of paragraph 2 of subsec- 
tion 94 (5) of the Act, a change that affects the rental 
unit means a change that has occurred in the standard 
of maintenance and repair or as a result of changes in 
services and facilities for the period of twelve months 
prior to the date of the application, and includes a 
change that directly or indirectly affects the rental 
unit. 

(2) For the purposes of paragraph 2 of subsection 
94 (5) of the Act, 

(a) where the Minister finds that a service or 
facility previously provided by the landlord 
for the rental unit has been withdrawn, the 
rent increase shall be reduced by the amount 
that reflects the average monthly cost experi- 
enced by the landlord in the twelve month 
period prior to the date of the application for 
providing the service or facihty for that 
rental unit; 

(b) where the Minister finds that a service or 
facihty previously provided by the landlord 
for the rental unit is reduced, the rent 
increase shall be reduced by the appropriate 
proportion of the average monthly cost 
experienced by the landlord in the twelve 
month period prior to the date of the appli- 
cation for providing the service or facility for 
that rental unit; and 

(c) where the Minister finds a service or facility 
has been added during the period in which 
another has been withdrawn or reduced, the 
Minister shall determine whether the added 
service or facihty is a capital expenditure, 
operating cost or extraordinary operating 
cost that the landlord has experiened or will 
experience and shall off-set the cost of the 
added service or facihty against the cost of 
the withdrawn or reduced service or facihty 
as determined under this section. O. Reg. 
440/87, s. 60. 

61. — (1) If the Minister determines that a with- 
drawal or reduction of a service or facility found under 
section 60 is temporary, no reduction to the rent 
increase shall be made. 

(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), a reduction or 
withdrawal of a service or facility is temporary if, 

(a) it is for a reasonable length of time in the 
circumstances, but in any event, not exceed- 
ing twelve months; and 



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(ft) the landlord has demonstrated an intention 
to restore the service or facility within the 
period mentioned in clause (a). O. Reg. 
440/87, s. 61. 

62. Where the Minister determines under section 60 
that a change in the standard of maintenance and 
repair occurred during the period in which the capital 
expenditure was effected, no reduction shall be made 
to the intended rent increase. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 62. 

63. For the purposes of determining the amount by 
which the rent increase shall be reduced under subsec- 
tion 94 (S) of the Act, an allowance for a change of the 
standard of maintenance and repair shall be CEilculated 
on the basis of the reasonable value of the change. 
O. Reg. 440/87, s. 63. 



FINDINGS UNDER CLAUSE 75 (j) OF THE ACT 

64. For the purposes of clause 75 (j) of the Act, the 
Minister shall make findings regarding, 

(a) the allocation of costs and revenue that are 
shared and specific to a project that includes 
more than one residential complex, except for 
the matters set out in section 33 and subsec- 
tion 48 (11); 

(b) the allocation of costs and revenue that are 
shared and specific to a project that includes 
residential and non-residential components, 
except for matters set out in section 33 and 
subsection 48 (11); 

(c) the allocation of costs and revenue that are 
shared and specific to rental units in a resi- 
dential complex; 

(d) the fees that have been experienced or will be 
experienced by the landlord for the services 
of a consultant who is not a related person 
and who represents the landlord on the 
application; 

(e) the actual operating costs under section 77 of 
the Act, in respect of management and 
administrative overhead that the landlord 
has experienced or will experience; 

(/) any vacancy loss in the base year period that 
exceeds 2 per cent of the gross potential rent 
of the residential complex; 

( g) fees that have been or will be experienced by 
a landlord for the services of a person who is 
not a related person in connection with the 
renewing of financing related to the residen- 
tial complex; 

(h ) fees and premiums that have been or will be 
experienced by a landlord for mortgage 
insurance other than life insurance provided 
by a person who is not a related person; and 



(i) fees paid to a professional appraiser to estab- 
lish the market value of the residential com- 
plex unless otherwise allowed as acquisition 
costs or under clause 48 (5) (e). O. Reg. 
440/87, s. 64. 

65. — (1) For the purposes of clause 64 (a), where a 
project includes more than one residential complex, 
except for the matters set out in section 33 and subsec- 
tion 48 (11), 

(a) the costs that are shared among the residen- 
tial complexes shall be allocated to each resi- 
dential complex on the basis of the propor- 
tional revenue of each residential complex 
determined under section 38 unless it is 
demonstrated that it is reasonable to allocate 
the shared costs on another basis; and 

(6) the costs that are attributable only to the 
residential complex under review shall be 
allocated in full to the residential complex. 

(2) For the purposes of clause 64 (b), where a resi- 
dential project includes residential and non-residential 
components, except for the matters set out in section 
33 and subsection 48 (11), 

(a) the costs that are shared among the compo- 
nents shall be allocated to the residential 
complex in the same proportion that the 
revenue of the residential complex deter- 
mined under section 38 bears to the revenue 
of the total project as if fully leased unless it 
is demonstrated that it is reasonable to allo- 
cate the shared costs on another basis; and 

(b) the costs that are attributable only to the 
residential complex shall be allocated to the 
residential complex. 

(3) Costs and revenue that are shared and specific to 
rental units in a residential complex shall be allocated 
under clause 64 (c) in a manner that is appropriate to 
the particular circumstances. 

(4) The lesser of the fees determined under clause 
64 id) and a maximum of $25 per rental unit shall be 
allowed, amortized over a period of five years with 
interest at the average mortgage interest rate of five 
year conventional first mortgages as reported monthly 
by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation for the 
third month prior to the effective date of the first rent 
increaise applied for. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 65. 

66. — (1) For the purposes of subsection 77 (1) of the 
Act, "actual operating costs" means costs that the 
landlord has experienced or will experience for the 
base year period for the categories in the Building 
Operating Cost Index. 

(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), costs for the 
category known as "Management and Administrative 
Overhead" as determined under clause 64 (e) shall be. 



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(a) the actual costs that the landlord has experi- 
enced or will experience; or 

(b) if the landlord does not submit proof of the 
actual costs, an allowance of up to S per cent 
of the maximum rent for each rental unit in 
the residential complex during the base year 
period. 

(3) Notwithstanding subsection (2), if the residential 
complex is a mobile home park or a site or related 
group of sites on each of which is located a single 
family dwelling that is a permanent structure, costs for 
the category known as "Management and Administra- 
tive Overhead" as determined under clause 64 (e) shall 
be, 

(a) the actual costs that the landlord has experi- 
enced or will experience; or 

(b) if the landlord does not submit proof of the 
actual cost, an allowance of up to 10 per cent 
of the maximum rent for each rental unit in 
the residential complex during the base year 
period. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 66. 



67. — (1) In clause 64 (/), "vacancy loss" means the 
loss of maximum rent revenue for the period during 
which the rental unit is not occupied if the landlord has 
made reasonable efforts to rent the rental unit. 

(2) The Minister shall determine the amount of vac- 
ancy loss experienced by the landlord in the base year 
period that exceeds 2 per cent of the gross potential 
rent and shall, unless it has been otherwise recognized, 
allow the excess amount amortized over a period of 
five years with interest at the average mortgage 
interest rate of five year conventionzd first mortgages 
as reported monthly by Canada Mortgage and Hous- 
ing Corporation for the third month prior to the effec- 
tive date of the first rent increase appUed for. 

(3) Notwithstanding subsection (2), in a base year 
period where there are capitalized financial losses 
allowed as determined under section 50, in a period of 
overlap between the initial rent-up period and base 
year period or during the initial rent-up period, the 
Minister shall not allow vacancy loss determined 
under this section. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 67. 

68. — (1) The fees determined under clause 64 (g) 
shall be recognized as financing costs and an allowance 
made therefor in the calculation of allowed financial 



costs by amortizing the costs over the term of the 
financing to which the fees relate with interest at the 
rate allowed by the Minister for the financing. 

(2) The fees and premiums determined under clause 
64 (A) shall be added to the financing costs otherwise 
determined and amortized over the term of the 
financing to which the fees relate with interest at the 
rate allowed by the Minister for the financing. 

(3) The amount of fees determined under clause 64 
(j) shall be amortized over a period of five years with 
interest at the average mortgage interest rate of five 
year conventional first mortgages as reported monthly 
by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation for the 
third month prior to the effective date of the first rent 
increase apphed for. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 68. 

COST REVENXJE STATEMENT 

69. — (1) The cost revenue statement under subsec- 
tion 74 (4) of the Act shall consist of Forms 1 to 10. 

(2) A landlord, in filing a cost revenue statement 
shall include Form 1 and such other of Forms 2 to 10 
as are relevant to the apphcation as follows: 

Form 2 Extraordinary Operating Costs 

Form 3 Capital Expenditures 

Form 4 Financing Costs 

Form S Operating Costs 

Form 6 Financial Loss 

Form 7 Relief from Hardship 

Form 8 Economic Loss 

Form 9 Changes in Services and Facilities or Stand- 
ard of Maintenance and Repair 

Form 10 Equahzation or Other Apportionment of the 
Proposed Rent Increase/Other Issues 

(3) The cost revenue statement set out in Ontario 
Regulation 93/87 may be filed in support of an apph- 
cation filed with the Minister before the 1st day of 
September, 1987 instead of the cost revenue statement 
set out in this Regulation. O. Reg. 440/87, s. 69. 

70. Ontario Regulations 93/87, 142/87 and 210/87 
are revoked. 



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TABLE 1 



Item 



Air Conditioning 

Central System 
Cooling Tower 
Units - Incremental 

- Sleeve, Window 

Appliances 

Clothes Dryer 

Dishwasher 

Floor Polishers - Domestic 

- Commercial 
Garbage Compactors 
Garbage Disposer 
Stove - Electric, Gas 
Refrigerators 
Vacuums (Commercial) 
Washing Machine 

Chimney 

Masonry (Brick, Block) 
Metalbestos Type 

Electrical 

Smoke Detectors, Fire Alarms 

Intercom 

Lighting Emergency 

Panel and Distribution (Major) 

Power Line 

Re-wiring (Major) 

Transformer 

Elevators 

Electrical Controls 
New Installation 
Panels - Inside Wall 

Fences 

Steel (Chain Link, Scroll) 
Wood 



O. Reg. 440/87 



Useful Life 
(Years) 



20 

15 

10 

5 



10 
10 

5 
10 
10 

5 
10 
10 

5 
5 



20 
15 



10 
10 
10 
20 
20 
20 
20 



10 
20 
10 



15 
10 



Heating Plant 

Boilers - Gas-Fired Atmospheric Boilers 
Hot Water 
Insulation 
Steam 

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10 
20 
20 
20 



O. Reg. 440/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4293 

Useful Life 

IllH (Years) 

Furnace - Electric, Forced Air 20 

Oil, Gas, Forced Air 20 

- Wall or Floor, Gas, Oil 10 

Pumps, Heat 10 

8 . Heating System 

Electric 15 

Hot Air 15 

Hot Water 20 

Steam 20 

9 . Hot Water Tanks 

Commercial, Gas, Oil, Electric 10 

Domestic, Gas, Oil, Electric 10 

10. Miscellaneous - Outdoor/Indoor 

(a) Outdoor 

Antennae T.V., Steel 15 

Backhoe 10 

Front End Loader 10 

Lawnmower, Power 5 

Scaffold Metal 20 

Snow Blower 5 

Tractors (small) 10 

Trucks (pickup and delivery) 10 

(b) Indoor 

Cabinets, Counter Tops - Kitchen, Bath 15 

Carpets - Common Areas 5 

- Ensuite 10 

Dehumidif iers 10 

Panelling 15 

1 1 . Outdoors 

Building - Storage/Service 20 

Culvert (metal, concrete) 20 

Eavestrough - Downpipe, (Aluminum) (Plastic) 15 
Garage Concrete Floor (Slab) and 

Rebar Repairs (Major) 10 

- Slab Waterproofing 5 

Garage, Concrete Ramp and Heating (Major) 10 

Doors, Aluminium, Steel 20 

Doors, Wood 15 

Incinerators 15 

Lawn Sprinklers, Underground 10 

Lighting - Parking Lot and Street 

(service and posts) 20 

Playground - Swings, etc. 5 

Sanitary System 20 

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Item 



Septic Tank and Tile Bed 

Storm System 

Swimming Pool - Above Ground 

Concrete 
Heater 
Painting 

- Pump, Filter 

- Vinyl 
Tree Removal 

Wells" and Water System 

12. Parking Lot, Driveways and Walkways 

Asphalt 

Brick, Interlocking 

Concrete 

Gravel 

1 3. Plumbing 

Drains, Stacks (Plastic) 

Fixtures, Tubs, Toilets, Sinks 

Pumps - Circulating, Sump 

Risers (Copper) 

Valves, Access Doors, Fittings, etc. 

1M . Roofs (construction/replacement) 

Flashing Metal 

Flat (Asphalt and Gravel) 

Slate 

Sloped (Asphalt Shingles) 



15. 



16. 



17. 



indoor 
outdoor 



Temperature Control 

Electric - 

Pneumatic 

Ventilation 

Corridor System 

Sanitary Exhaust - Central System 

- Individual System 
Exterior Walls 

Doors - Patio 

Doors, Windows - Aluminum Storm 

Insulation 

Sandblasting 

Siding, Aluminum 

Stucco (new) 

Waterproofing, above ground 

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Useful Life 
(Years) 

20 
20 
10 
20 
10 
5 
10 
15 
20 
20 



10 
10 
10 
10 



20 
20 
10 
20 
10 



15 
15 
20 
15 



10 

10 
15 



10 
15 
10 



15 
15 
15 
10 
15 
15 
5 

O. Reg. 440/87, Table 1. 



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TABLE 2 

Item Useful Life 
(Years) 



1 . Chimney 

Repairs Masonry (Major) 5 

2. Electrical 

Fixtures Light - (Common Areas, ensuite) 10 
Lighting Emergency - Batteries 5 

3. Heating Plant 

Boilers - Re Tubing (Major) 10 

1| . Miscellaneous 

Blinds, Venetian 5 

Drapes 5 

Extinguishers, Fire 5 
Tile Flooring or Wall - Asphalt, Linoleum, 

Vinyl, Ceramic 10 

Wallcovering, Vinyl 10 

5 . Outdoors 

Eavestrough - Downpipe (Galvanized) 10 

Garage - Operators, Door 10 

Lighting - Fixtures 10 

6 . Painting 

Interior - common areas and ensuite 5 

Exterior - walls, trim and balconies 5 

7 . Parking Lot, Driveways and Walkways 

Repairs (Major) 5 

8. Plumbing 

Faucets 10 

9. Roofs 

Repairs, Flat (Major) 5 

10 . Exterior Walls 

Caulking 5 

Repairs, Brick, Tuck Pointing (Major) 10 

Repairs - Glazing (Major) 5 

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Ministry 

of 

Housing 



Ontario 



Form CRS 1 

Cost Revenue Statement 

Residential Rent Regulation Act, 1986 

ISaction 741 



Please read the Guide to the Cost Revenue Statement before completing this form. If further information is required, contact your local 
Rent Review Services Office. 
Please print or type. 

1. Full AddresslesI and Name (if any) of Residential Complex 











2. Name and Mailing Address o< Landlord($) and AgenKs) 
Landlord 


Agent 










Telephone 

., I 1 1 1. i. „[,. .L J,...L-. 


Postal Code 

1 1 1 1 1 


Telephone 

1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 


Postal Code 

1 1 1 1 1 



3. Residential Complex History 



Date First Rental Unit Occupied 



Has a Registration Statement been filed with 
the Rent Registry for this residential complex? 



D D 



Has an order for rent review been 
previously made for this residential 
complex, in whole or in pan? 



Yes No 

D D 



Date of Order(s) 
1. 



4. Residential Complex Details 



Total Number of Rental Units 



Building Type (Check) 

O Row/Town House 

n Condo or Co-op Rental 

O Mobile Home Rental Park 

Q House Rental 

D Two to Six Unit Building 

O Apartment Building (7 or more units) 

O Other (describe) 

□ Boarding or Lodging House 



Available Residential Parking Spaces 
(excluding visitors) 
Classes '^o. of Spaces 



Garage 



Carport 



Uncovered 



Other (specify) 



Total 



Is the residential complex part of a proiect which 
includes: 

Yes No 

(i) other residential complexes? D D 

(ii) non-residential components? O O 



S. Annual Accounting Periods Relating to th 


i Application 












Reference Year 


Base Year 


Proiected Year 


From 


To 


From 


To 


From 


To 



6. Gross Potential Rent 



Multiplied by 12 

S 



Total maximunn rent for all rental units for month 
preceding date of first increase applied for: 

Note: The operating cost allowance will be determined by the Minister under clause 75(a) and section 76 of the Act. 
7. Services Included in Basic Unit Rent of all Rental Units in the Complex (Please check those applicable) 



D Heat D Water D Hydro DCablevision D Parking (p^' ynj,)""' . 



n Air Conditioning D Othe 



If the same services are not included in the basic unit rent of all units, please indicate this in a separate schedule. 



8. Please complete the appropriate form(s) and attach 
them to this statement together with supporting 
material. 

Please indicate at the right the forms attached. >■ 



Form Item 

O CRS 2 Extraordinary Operating Costs 

n CRS 3 Capital Expenditures 

D CRS 4 Financing Costs 

D CRS 5 Operating Costs 

D CRS 6 Financial Loss 

D CRS 7 Relief From Hardship 

D CRS 8 Economic Loss 

D CRS 9 Changes In Services and Facilities or Standards of Maintenance 

and Repair ,_ _ 

D (SRS 10 Equalization or Other Apportionment /^'^'^sr' ISSUes 

Date Initials of Declarant 



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The p>erson who signs Declaration A will also sign Declaration 8 if that person completed the Cost Revenue Statement forms. If not, 
the person completirtg the forms will complete Declaration B. 

The person signing Declaration B will date and initial each page of the Cost Revenue Statement forms in the spaces indicated. 

9. Declaration 

in the matter of an application for rent review by larxllord, respecting the residential complex 

Nam* of Landlord 

known municipally as (the "residential complex"): 

Complex Address 

A. I, of the of 



Regional Municipality. County, District County, District Name 

1. I »n the D landlord 

a 



City, Town City, Town Navne 

_ do solemnly declare that: 



Cotporate Title Corporate Landlord 

U landlord's agent who contracted with the larxllord to manage the residential comolex on the 'arvjiord's behalf 

D 



Corporate Title Company Name 

who contracted with the landlord to mariage the residential complex on the landlord's behalf. 

2. I have read this Cost Revenue Statement consisting of CRS Forms as completed (the "Cost 

Revenue Sutement") and have reviewed all attachments. ^°"" Numbers 

3. The financial information In this Cost Revenue Statement and all attachments Is based on 

(a) genuine and actual costs incurred in respect of the residential complex which I have verified, and 

(b) on projected costs whidi reiatt to the residantiai complex and which are genuine and accurate to the best of my 
knowletJge and belief. 

4. All other information in the Cost Revenue Statement and in all attachments is true, correct and complete to the best of my 
knowledge and belief. 

5. I fully understand that It Is a serious offence to knowingly furnish false or misleading information pursuant to clause 122(1)(b) 
of the Residential Rent Regulation Act. 1986. 

And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true arid knowing that it is of the same force and effect as 
if made under oath or affirmation. 



Oedared before me at the 

of 
in the of 

19 



A Commissioner, etc. 



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9. Declaration 

B. I, , of ^_____ 

Name and Corporate Title, if applicable Corporate Landlord, Company Name, 
, . , of the ^ of 

Law or Accounting Firm City, Town City. Town Name 

in the ^ of do solemnly declare that: 

Regional Municipality, County, District County, District Name 

1. I am the Q person who signed Part A of this declaration. 

LJ of the applicant landlord in this matter. 

Agant, Solicitor, Accountant, etc. 



2. I have completed this Cost Revenue Statement consisting of CRS Forms and any schedules 

thereto and have reviewed all attachments. '^°"^ Numbers 



3. The financial information in the Cost Revenue Statement and in all attachments is reported on a consistent basis for all 
accounting periods and relates to the relevant accounting periods under review. 



4. I fully understand that it is a serious offence to knowingly furnish false or misleading information pursuant to clause 
122(1)(b) of the Residential Rent Regulation Act, 1986. 



And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true and knowing that it is of the same force and 
effect as if made under oath or affirmation. 



Oedared before me at the 



of 



of 



19 



A Commissioner, etc 






O. Reg. 440/87, Form 1. 



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4299 



Ontario 



Ministry 

of 

Housing 



Form CRS 2 

Cost Revenue Statement 

Extraordinary Operating Costs 



Addrvss of Complex 



Pleas* read the Guide to the Cost Revenue Statement before oompleting this form. Please print or type. 

For consideration of Extraordinary Operating Costs, please provide details for any categories of the Building Operating Cost Index (BOCI) 
which are to be considered namely, 

superintendent's salary and rent, insurance, heating, hydro, water, municipal taxes, management and administrative overhead, interest 
arvd bank charges, bad debts, maintenance, accounting and legal, cablevision, miscellaneous, (see O. Reg. 749/86) 











BOCI Category 


Costs 

Experienced 

During 

Base Year 

$ 


Costs 

Anticipated or 

Experienced 

During 

Proiected Year 

S 


OiHerence 

(In Oollarsl 

S 


1. 








2. 
3. 










1 



Please explain the amounts claimed above for each category and attach documentation. 



Initials o< Declarant 



O. Reg. 440/87, Form 2. 



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Ontario 



Ministry 

of 

Housing 



Form CRS 3 

Cost Revenue Statement 

Capital Expenditures 



Address of Complex 






















Please read the Guide to the Cost Revenue Statement before completing this form. Please print or type. 


1. 


Starting 
Date 


Date of 
Substantial 
Completion 


Direct Labour 

Material & 

Contract 

Costs 


Lan 

L 


diord's 


Re la 

Vacan 


ted 

cy 


Anticipated 
Useful 
Life 


Continuing 

Capital 
Expenditure 


Description/Location 


3bour 




Yes/No 

(If yes, complete 

Part 61 


1. 
















2. 
















3. 
















4. 
















5. 
















6. 
















2. (a) Source of funds for Capital Expenditures set out in paragraph 1 above. 


Item 


Amount Obtained 

from Lender 

(Excluding 

Government 

Programs) 


Name of Lender 


Interest 
Rate 


Type 

of 

Security 


Inception 
Date 


P Amount from 
E^^;;v Landlord's 
"^'* Own Funds 


1. 








































2. 
















3. 
















4. 
















5. 
















6. 

















If funds borrowed: Was guarantee given on behalf If yes, amount by which actual interest rate was reduced by reason of guarantee for each item set ou 
of landlord to lander? above. 

D Yes a No 



Where landlord's 
own funds used 
provide: 



2. Principal Amount of Financing at 
Time of Acquisition/Construction 



3. Existing Financing Relating to the 
Acquisition /Const ruction 



(b) Funds obtained under following government programs to finance capital expenditures: 


Item No. from 
Paragraph 1 above 


Amount S 


Low Rise Rehabilitation Program 






High Rise Rehabilitation Program 






Conserve-a-Unit Research Project 






Ontario Home Renewal Program 






Residential Rehabilitation Program 




: 
i 


1552 (87/04) 


Date 


Initials of Declarant ^ 



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2. Continued 



(c) Funds obtained as proceeds from or as a result of insurance 



Namt of Insurer 



4. If capital axpandltura in (3) was allowed on previous 
ordar, identify data of previous order; 



3. Capital Expenditui* to which these funds relate 



3L Manaqament and Administration 



Indicate if Construction or Renovation is Performed by a 
Person Who is: (State Proportion (%)) 



(a I Construction or Renovation 



Capital Expenditures 



The 
Landlord 



Not, in Direct. Employ of. 
Landlord. But is Jndér the 
Supervision or the Landlc 
m whole or in part 



In Direct 
Employ of Landlord 



(b) If appliances, carpeting, furnishings or other similar items were purchased or installed, was there an effort by the 
landlord or persons directly employed by the larxjlord to negotiate improved terms of purchase or to supervise 
installation? 

If yes, please provide details of items claimed. 



n Yes D No 



4. If actual capital expenditures vary from projected amounts allowed for such expenditures in a previous order under this Act or the 
Residential Tenancies Act, please provide details. 


Item No. from atMva (if 
applicable) 


Previously Allowed Costs 


Actual Cost 


AnrMjal Allowance Set Out 
on Previous Order 


Dale of Previous Order 







































& Has there been a replacement of any capital expenditure items which which were completed on or after 
August 1, 1985, were allowed on a previous order, and are to be considered on this application? 
If yes, please provide details, including date of order. 



QYes QNo 



:Oate 



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6. If any of the items mentioned in paragraph 1 are of a "continuing nature", please provide the following details: 
(a) Identify item(s) and describe nature of work. 



(b) Date project or item is expected to be completed. 



(c) Dates of any previous whole building review orders under this Act which found the project or item to be of a "continuing 
nature". 



Provide details: 



7. (a) Do any of the costs claimed relate to non-residential areas or other residential complexes? CD Yes D No 
(b) If yes, provide revenue for non-residential areas or other residential complexes for base year period. $ 



(c) If another method of allocation is proposed, please provide details. 



rials of Declarant 



O. Reg. 440/87, Form 3. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



Ministry 

of 

Housing 



Ontario 



4303 

Form CRS 4 

Cost Revenue Statement 

Financing Costs 



^ 3drM» of Comol«x 



Pleat* raad tha Guida to the Cost Ravanua Statamam bafora oomplating this form. Pleasa print or typa. 

Part 1 : Details of Financing Costs 

Report In order of priority. Repeat if more than one instrument. 

If residential complex purchased in base year period by applicant landlord, report financing 

costs during first 12 months of ownership. 



Priority: 


Original 


Renewal or Refinancing 


Name of Lender 






Inception Date 






Principal Amount of Financing 

Original: Specify if purchase or construction (final 
takeout financing after construction or rent-up ) 






If assumed, original amount 






If assumed, amount outstanding on purchase 






Interest Rate 






Amortization 






f^erKM 

Refinanced 






Balance at Time of Purchase 






Expiry Date 






Method of Repayment (equal blended payment, 
interest only, graduated payment, etc.) 






Frequency of Repayment 






Amount of each Payment (Principal arxJ Interest) 






Special Provisions of Financing Instrument 






Total of Payments During Basa Year 






Total of Pay mams During Projactad Year 







Special details, if necessary: 



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Part 1 (Continued) 






Priority: 


Original 


Renewal or Refinancing 


Name of Lender 


















Principal Amount of Financing 

Original: Specify if purchase or construction (final 
takeout financing after construction or rent-up) 






If assumed, original amount 






If assumed, amount outstanding on purchase 






Interest Rate 






Amortization Original 






Period 

Refinanced 






Balance at Time of Purchase 






Expiry Date 






Method of Repayment (equal blended payment, 
interest only, graduated payment, etc. ) 










Frequency of Repayment 






Amount of each Payment (Principal and Interest) 






Special Provisions of Financing Instrument 






Total of Payments During Base Year 






Total of Payments During Projected Year 







Special details, if necessary: 



Priority: 


Original 


Renewal or Refinancing 


Name of Lender 










Inception Date 






Principal Amount of Financing 

Original: Specify if purchase or construction (final 
takeout financing after construction or rent-up) 






If assumed, original amount 






If assumed, amount outstanding on purchase 






Interest Rate 






Amortization Original 
Period 






Refinanced 






Balance at Time of Purchase 






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Date 


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Part 1 (Continued) 


Original I Renewal or Refinancing 


Expiry Date 




Method of Repayment (equal blended payment, 
interest only, graduated payment, etc. ) 






Frequency of Repayment 






Amount of eadi Payment (Principal and Interest) 






Special Provisions of FinarKing Instrument 






Total of Payments During Basa Year 













Special details, if necessary: 



Part 2 - Details of Purchase 



Nam* of Vendor 



Oatc of Pvfct\am 



Oan SuièOing Permit issuea 



2. AequisHiofi 
Costs 



Purchase Price 



Legal Fees and Oisbursaments 


Land Transfer Tax/Retail Sales Tax 


Appraisal Fees 




Cost of Obtaining Financing (broker's fees, etc) 




Fees for Physical Inspections 




Others 




Sub-Totai 


* 


Capital expenditures experienced within 12 months of 
acquisition (Provide details on attached schedule) 


S 



If the residential complex was purchased together with one or more residential complexes or non-residential components, complete Part 6. 
31 Limited dividend project? D Yes D No (If yes, provide copy of CMHC agreement.) 

Pwt 3 — Government Programs 

If any of the above finandng costs or other costs were obtained through the following programs, please indicate and provide 
sdiedules of loan advances or payments made. 

O Assisted Rental Program D Canada/Ontario Rental Supply Plan DCemada Rental Supply Plan 

Q Ontario Rental Construction Loan Q Renterprise DConvert-to-Rent 

(— I Accelerated Rental 
>— 'Housing Progrêun 



H assisted rental program, provide details of payments and/or loan advances made during 
(a) Base Year Period 



(— I Integrated Conmunity 
•—•Housing Program 



(b) Projeaed Year Period 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 440/87 



1. Cost of mortgage insurance other than life insurance provided from a non-related person, experienced during the base year and 

projected year period. 
Identify Insurer ana UaZe 



2. Where refinancing has occurred, cost of obtaining funds experienced during base year or projected year periods. 



Identify nnortaagg broker or other non-related person who provided Total Amount Amount Payable In Base Year Amount Payable in Projected 

services ancT Date Year 



Part 5 — Change from Previously Allowed Financing Costs 



1. Date of order under the Resid«ntial Tenancies Act or under this Act: 



2. Where the projected financing costs allowed on an order vatv from the actual financing costs, provide the following information: 



Date of Order($) 



Actual amount experienced 



Part 6 — Allocation of Acquisition Cost and Financing Cost Data 



1. If the residential complex has been purchased in one transaction along with other residential complexes o^ with non-residential 
components for the purposes of determining the allocated acquisition costs and financing costs 



(al State the total acquisition costs of the transaction 



(b) State the total appraised value of the total transaction 



Ic) State the appraised value of the residential complex under review 



(d) 



(e) 



State the proportional appraised value of the residential complex under 
review compared with the total appraised value of the transaction 



Apply the proportional value found in (c) to the total acquisition costs 
of the transaction for the proportional acquisition costs 



The acquisition costs and fit-ancing costs should reflect the proportional value set out in (e), unless another method of allocation 
is proposed and accepted by the Minister. 



iitialsof Declarant 



O. Reg. 440/87, Form 4. 



1648 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



Ontario 



Ministry 

of 

Housing 



4307 

Form CRS 5 

Cost Revenue Statement 

Operating Costs 



Address of Complex 



Pleas* raad th« Guide to the Cost Revenue Statement before completing this form. Please type or print. 

1. Where the application involves financial loss, economic loss or relief of hardship, the landlord must 

(a) submit proof of actual operating costs experienced in respect of the residential complex during the base year period; or 

(b) where the effective date of a previous order under this Act or the Residential Tenancies Act is not more than three years prior 
to the effective date of the first Increase applied for on this application, elect not to submit proof of operating costs and rely 
on costs determined in the previous order which will be updated. 

2. If (a) is applicable, please complete the following: 



Categories 



Costs which the Landlord 
ExperiefKed or will Experience 
During the Base Vear 



Superintendent's Salary and Rent 



Heating 



Hydro 



Municipal Taxes 




* Mvi^nmant »iri * "" ^^ Management and Administrative Overhead 

^"^ category actu^ costs or »i allo«»ancc may be claimed 
Administrative Overfiead (see Guide) 




Interest and Bank Charges ' 


Bad Debts 


Maintenance j 


Accounting and Legal 



Cablevision 



Miscellaneous 



Total Operating Costs 



If (b) is applicable: 



OMe of Previous Order 



Date of First Effectrve Oats of 
Increase on Previous Order 



Total CÇ>erating Costs 
Determined on Previous Order 



Commencement Date of Annual Accounting 



4. (a) Do any of the costs daimed relate to non-residential areas or other residential complexes? Q Yes Q No 

(b) If yes, provide revenue for non-residential areas or other residential complexes for base year accounting period. $ . 

(c) If another method of allocation is proposed, please provide details. 



Initials of Declarant 



O. Reg. 440/87, Form 5. 



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O. Reg. 440/87 



Ontario 



Ministry 

of 

Housing 



Form CRS 6 

Cost Revenue Statement 

Financial Loss 



Address of Complex 



Please read the Guide to the Cost Revenue Statement before completing this form. Please type or print. 



Financial Position 



Revenue for Base Year Period 



(a) Total of maximum rent for all rental units during base year period. $ 

■ TBI bundry revenue "" ^?"" 

" [c) Aduâl VâêSneV LOSS ((Shôvidfl flêtâilS ôtl iêpSrâté Sènédulé) ^' 



(d) Have capital expenditures been experienced by the landlord and i— i wg, rn m_ °''" °' 0'<i^' 
previously allowed in a order? ^-^ 



(e) Has tnere been an allowance ror variance II ZZ 

between an actual and projected capital □ Yes U No 
expenditure in a previous order? 



Date of Order 



2. Operating Costs for Base Year Period — (Attach completed form CRS 5) 



2 Financing Costs for Base Year Period or initial 12 months of ownership if residential 

complex purchased in base year period: (Attach completed form CRS 4) 

4. Has there been a purchase or purchases of the residential complex which occurred since December 31, 1979 CD Yes O No 
If yes, provide details: 



5. Interest paid after August 1, 1985 with respect to financial loss incurred since acquisition of residential complex by the landlord 



Name of Lender 


Interest Adjustment Dale 


Principal 


Interest Rate 


Term 


Method of Repayment 


Amount of Payments (Interest) 


Frequency of Repayment 


Amortization Period 


Special Terms of the Loan 


Interest Paid in Base Yr. Period 


Dates of Payments 









If loan relates only in part to financial loss due to increased financing resulting from a purchase, identify that part of the; 
Principal Portion of the Loan Amount of Interest Paid During Base Year Period 



6. Residential complex where no rental unit was occupied prior to January 1, 1976 



Date Building Permit Issued 



Did the purchase of the 
residential complex occur: 



. Prior to the date of 
first occupancy 



DNo 
DVes 



Within one year of the date 
(jl) that 90 per cent of the total 
rental unrts in the residential 
complex had been initially occupied. 



n No 
a Yes 



7. Total of the last lawful rents that ware charged for residential complex as follows: 



Provide total of the last lawful monthly rent for all rental units for the residential complex for 
' the month preceding the effective date of the first rent increase applied for: 



(b) Multiply (a) by 12: 



Attach a detailed list of the rents actually charged as set out in (a). 



[lals of Declarant 



O. Reg. 440/87, Form ôj 



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O. Reg. 440/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4309 

"^'"'"fY FormCRS? 

°' Cost Revenue Statement 

^°"""' Relief from Hardship 



Ontario 



Addr«5S of Complex 



Plsata raid th« Guide to the Cott Ravenua Statement before completing this form. Please print or type. 
1. Revenue - Total maximum rent for all rental units during base year period ^ 

Sundry revenue $ 

- Actual vacancy loss $ 

2. Operating Costi — attach completed • CRS 5 

3. Financing Costs — attach completed CRS 4 



Initials of Declarant 



O. Reg. 440/87, Form 7. 



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4310 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 440/87 




Ontario 



Ministry 

of 

Housing 



Form CRS 8 

Cost Revenue Statement 

Economic Loss 



Address of Complex 



Date Building Permit Issued 



Where this is a residential complex no part of which 
was occupied as a rental unit prior to January 1, 1976. 

Complete Part 1 or 2 and Parts 3 and 4. 

Please read tha Guide to the Cost Revenue Statement before coinpleting this form. Pleas» print or type. 

Part 1 — Where Landlord is Original Owner who Constructed Residential Complex: Initial Invested Equity 

A. Total Financing (Principal Amount) (Attach completed Form CRS 4) 

B. Value of the Land 

Provide either 

1. The appraised market value as of the date the building permit was issued (copy of appraisal to be filed) $ . 
OR 

2. The actual cost of the land up to the date the building permit was issued plus carrying costs. 



(a) 



(b) 



Actual Cost of the Land 



Purchase Price and Date 



Legal Fees and Disbursements Related to Purchase of Land 



Land Transfer Tax and Retail Sales Tax Related to Purchase of Land 



Fees for Physical Inspection and Evaluation 



Appraisal Fees 



Costs of Obtaining Financing Related to Purchase of Land 



Costs of Application and Representation for Land Use and Zoning 



Costs to provide Zoning Improvements and Services to Property (including 
access roads, water, sewage, hydro, gas, site development) 



Charges, levies, impose fees or other financial commitments required by 
municipalities in a development agreement 



Demolition Costs 



Any other costs reasonably incurred in the acquisition and development of the land 



Carrying Costs 



Revenue Received with respect to land during the two years 
immediately prior to the date the building permit was issued. 



Less Total of 




■'\ 


(ii) A) Interest paid on financing relating to purchase of the land, (rate of 
interest to be provided. 






B) Municipal realty taxes and local improvement charges. 




Q Insurance 




D) Other costs that may be reasonably charged as carrying costs. 




Subtotal 


$ 















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Part IB (Continued) 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



4311 



If 2(b) (i) less (ii) results in a profit, 

(iii) provide information regarding the amount of loss experienced in any two years prior to ttie two year period before 

the date the building permit was issued by deducting costs from revenues for those two years to the extent that 

the profit is not reduced below breakeven. 



Ymt 1 isoecify dales) 



V««r 2 'soecifv aaini 



Revenue 






Less Cost 
(as in (ii)) 


i 


Loss 


i 




Total Year 1 Plus Year 2 


S 



C Value of Building 

Costs experienced during initial rant up period 

1. Construction Costs 



from 



date 



Architectural, engineering, planning cosu: (exclusive of amounts 
<»t related to supervision of project), (see para. 8) 






(b) Direct labour and material costs or amount of construction contract. 






(c) Financing costs paid related to construction 






Total Construction CosU (a) to (c) 


S 



2. Cost of equipment and furnishings related to purchase 



3. Cost of landscaping and paving (if not included in construction costs) 



4. Cost of servicing land experiericed by the landlord after date building permit was issued 

5. Initiai Rent Up Costs 

(1) Revenue received with respect to residential ctxnoiex 

Less Total of 



(2) (a) Operating Costs 






(b) Financing costs 






(c) Permitted rental incentives 






(d) Cost of preparation and maintenance of model suites 






(e) (Compensation for rental agents for promotion of initial occupancy 






(f) Advertising and marketing costs for promotion of initial occupancy 












Total (a) to (f ) 


$ 




Initial Rent-Up Cc 


>sts ((1) less (2)) 


S 


6. Indirect Costs 

(a) Prepayments to reduce effective interest rates 






(b) Professional fees for representation before regulatory bodies 






Total Indirect Costs (a ■•■ b) 


S 



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Part 1C (Continued) 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 440/87 



Who performed construction: 

(a) Person who is not in direct employ of landlord and who is not the landlord. 

(b) Person who is in direct employ of landlord. 

(c) Person who is landlord. 



Yes No 

D □ 

D D 

D D 



8. Was Management Supervision of Construction Project performed by: Yes No 

(a) Landlord or person in direct employ of landlord Lj D 

(bl Architect, engineer, or planner under contract to provide management supervision. LI LI 

If (b), management supervision is performed by architect, engineer or planner, cost of such services: 



D 



No 
D 

D 



D D 



9. Allocation of value of the residential complex: Yes 

(a) Is the residential complex part of a project which includes more than one residential complex: Q 

(b) Is the residential complex part of a project which Includes non-residential components: 

(c) Provide the appraised market value of: 
(i) the total project in (a) or (b) as applicable, as if fully leased 
and 
(ii) residential complex under review 

(d) Is the residential complex part of a project in which the corpponents were completed 
at different times? 
If "yes", provide the appraised market value at the time of the first occupancy of the 

residential complex of > 

(i) the total project $ 

and 

(ii) the residential complex under review $ 

If another method of allocation is proposed, attach separate schedule. 

The initial invested equity and capitalized financial losses should reflect the appraised market value of the residential complex set out 

in (c) and (d), unless another method of allocation is proposed and accepted by the Minister. 

Part 2 — Where Landlord Purchased Hesidential Complex: Initial Invested Equity 

A. Acquisition Costs: 
(Attach completed CRS 4) 

B. Total Financing (principal amount): 
(Attach completed CRS 4) 



Part 3 — Capitalized Firuincial Loites 



1. When losses were experienced by the landlord for the period commencing with acquisition or since the initial rent up period 

and completed by the end of the base year period, provide the following details: 



(b) Operating Costs 
$ 



(c) Financing Costs 



2. Where there were capital expenditures experienced by the landlord since the initial rent up period and which have not been 
claimed on CRS 3, please attach completed form CRS 3. 



Part 4 — Financial Position for Base Year Period 

1. Revenue for Base Year Period: 
^^Wotal of maximum rent for all rental units during base year period 

b) Sundry revenue 
S) Actual vacancy loss 



n No . Date of Order . 



"' Have capital expenditures been experienced by the landlord 

arxl allowed under previous order? [Zl Yes 

e) Has there been an allowance for variance 
between an actual and projected capital 
expenditure in a previous order? _, 

D Yes 

2. Operating Costs for Base Year Period: (Attach completed form CRS 5) 

3. Financing Costs for Base Year Period or initial 12 months of ownership if residential complex purchased in 
base year period: (Attach completed form CRS 4). 



D No Date of Order 



Initials of Declarant 



O. Reg. 440/87, Form 8. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



4313 



Ontario 



Ministry 

of 

Housing 



Form CRS9 

Cost Revenue Statement 

Changes in Sen/ices and Facilities or 

Standards of Maintenance and Repair 



Address of Comolex 



Pleat* read tti* Guide to ttie Coit Revenue Statement before comptating this form. Please print or type. 



Part 1 — Changes in Services and Facilities 



Parking — Where the total number of parking spaces has been changed 



n Added CD Discontinued 



(a) were the new spaces added to existing classes of parking? 



Dves 



Dno 



If yes, state total last maximum monthly revenue for the parking spaces in the existing class before additions. S 



(b) did the new spaces create a new class of parking? 



Dves 



Dno 



2. Cableviskin — If cablevision Qto be provided, Qor discontinued, in regard to all rental units, please provide the following; 



la) Effective date of change of service. 



(b) Cost experienced by the landlord on a per unit basis as of date in (a) , S 

unless cablevision was paid as a separate charge 
to the landlord, in which case provide the amount 
of the charge for each rental unit. 



3. Changes in Other Services and Facilities 

(a) Please specify services and facilities which have been provided for first time, withdrawn or reduced. Indicate date of change. 
Attach list if only some units affected. 





Nature 

of 
Changa 


Data 

of 

Change 


if Withdrawal 

or ReductKjn. 

Awerage Cost to 

Landlord in 

Previous 12 Months 


If ProvKjrd for First Time 


Description of Sarvica or Facility 


Total Cost 


Ongoing Cost 

in Proiecied 

Year 


1. 


D Addition 
a Withdrawal 
□ Réduction 










2. 


a Addition 
a Withdrawal 
a Reduction 











(b) if the withdrawal or reduction of a service or facility is temporary, provide 
details of circumstances. 



Part 2 - Change in Standarth of Maintenance and Repairs 

Please provide details of any such change which has occurred and the reasons therefor during ttie period commencing with the reference 

year, and the reasonable value of the change. 



I Initials of Declarant 



O. Reg. 440/87, Form 9. 



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4314 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 440/87 

Ministry Form CRS 10 

of Cost Revenue Statement 

Housing Equalization or Other Apportionment 

0"*^"° of the Proposed Rent Increase/ 

other Issues 




Addnn of Complix 



Pluia read tha Guida to tha Cost Ravanua Statamant bafora oomplating this form. Plaata typa or print. 

Indicata tha proposad msthod of apportionmant of tha proposad rent increase and tha reasons for choosing that method. 
Refer to Form 4A, if necessary. 



Ot±ier Issues 

1. Consultant's Fees 

Total Amount of fees of a consultant who represents the landlord on the application. 

2. Appraisal Fees 

Ttotal Amount of fees paid to a professional appraiser to establish the market 
value of the residential ccnplex unless otherwise claimed on CRS4 or CRS8. 

3. Other matters which may affect this application. 



Initiali of Oaclarant 



O. Reg. 440/87, Form 10. 
(2318) 32 

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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



4365 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 

August 15th, 1987 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 441/87. 

Restricted Areas — County of Simcoe, 

Township of Nottawasaga. 
Made— July 27th, 1987. 
Filed— July 28th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 675 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1970 

MADE UNDER THE 

•PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Regulation 675 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1970 is amended by adding 
thereto the following sections: 

261. — (1) In this section, in the case of the lands 
described in subsection (3), "front yard" is the distance 
between any building or structure and the lot line 
abutting Church Street. 

(2) One single-family dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessor>' thereto may be erected and used 
on the land described in each of subsections (3) and (4) 
if the following requirements are met: 



Minimum front yard 
Minimum side yards 



Maximum height of 
single-family dwelling 

Minimum ground floor 
area of single-family 
dwelling 



7.6 metres 

3 metres on one side 

and 
1.2 metres on the other 

side 



9.1 metres 



one storey — 93 square 

metres 

one and one-half storeys 

or more — 69.8 square 

metres 



(3) This section applies to that parcel of land in the 
ownship of Nottawasaga in the County of Simcoe 
•eing: 

1. Those parts of lots 3, 4 and S North of 
Osprey Street according to a Plan registered 
in the Land Registry Office for the Registry 



Division of Simcoe (No. 51) as Number 92, 
designated as Part 2 on a Plan deposited in 
the said Land Registry- Office as Number 
51R-11547. 

2. That part of Block B on the said Plan 92 
designated as Part 4 on the said Plan 
51R-11547. 

3. That part of the S.03 Lane on the said Han 
92 designated as Part 3 on the said Plan 
51R-11547. 

(4) This section applies to that parcel of land in the 
Township of Nottawasaga in the County of Simcoe, 
being that part of Lot 34 in Concession VDI designated 
as Part 1 on a Plan deposited in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Simcoe (No. 51) as 
Number 51R-1S684. O. Reg. 441/87, s. I, part. 

262. — (1) In this section, "front yard" is the dis- 
tance between any building or structure and the lot 
line abutting Theresa Street. 

(2) One seasonal dwelling and buildings and struc- 
tures accessory thereto may be erected and used on 
each parcel of land described as a Part on any Refer- 
ence Plan referred to in subsection (3), if the following 
requirements are met: 

Minimum front yard 7.6 metres 



Minimum side yards 



Maximum height of sea- 
sonal dwelling 

Minimum ground floor 
area of seasonal dwel- 
ling 



3 metres on one side 

and 
1.2 metres on the other 

side 



9.1 metres 



one storey — 93 square 

metres 

one and one-half storeys 

or more — 69.8 square 

metres 



No opening to any 
building or structure 
shall be below a 
minimum elevation of 
178.33 metres Canadian 
Geodetic Datum 

(3) This section applies to those parcels of land in 
the Township of Nottawasaga in the County of Sim- 



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O. Reg. 442/87 



coe, being those parts of Lot 41, on a Plan registered 
in the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division 
of Simcoe (No. 51) as Number 1096, designated as 
parts 1 and 2 on a Plan deposited in the said Land 
Registry Office as Number SlR-15709. O. Reg. 
441/87, s. 1, part. 

263. — (1) In this section, in the case of the lands 
described in subsection (3), "front yard" is the dis- 
tance between any building or structure and the lot 
line abutting Broadview Street. 

(2) One seasonal dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessory thereto may be erected and used 
on the land described in each of subsections (3) and 
(4) if the following requirements are met: 



Minimum front yard 
Minimum side yards 



Maximum height of sea- 
sonal dwelling 

Minimum ground floor 
area of seasonal dwel- 
ling 



7.6 metres 

3 metres on one side 

and 
1.2 metres on the other 

side 



9.1 metres 



one storey — 93 square 

metres 

one and one-half storeys 

or more — 69.8 square 

metres 



(3) This section applies to that parcel of land in the 
Township of Nottawasaga in the County of Simcoe, 
being those parts of lots 13 and 14 according to a Plan 
registered in the Land Registry Office for the Registry 
Division of Simcoe (No. 51) as Number 938, being 
more particularly described as follows: 

Commencing at a point in the southerly limit of 
said Lot 14, distant westerly from the southeast 
angle thereof 63.29 feet; 

Thence north 6° 18' east 38.46 feet to a point; 

Thence north 61° OS' west 144.41 feet to a point; 

Thence south 83° 55' east 24.07 feet to a point; 

Thence north 61° 06' 30" west along the north- 
easterly limits of said lots 13 and 14 to the north 
limit of said Lot 13; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit of Lot 
13 to the northwesterly angle thereof; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of Lot 
13 to the southwesterly angle thereof; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limits of said 
lots 13 and 14 to the place of commencement. 



(4) This section applies to that parcel of land in the 
Township of Nottawasaga in the County of Simcoe 
being that part of Lot 32 on a Plan registered in the 
Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of 
Simcoe (No. 51) as Number 1391, designated as Part 1 
on a Plan deposited in the said Land Registry Office as 
Number 51R-7307. O. Reg. 441/87, s. 1, part. 

G. M. Farrow 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Community Planning 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 27th day of July, 1987. 



(2323) 



33 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 442/87. 

Zoning Areas — Part of the Sioux 
Lookout Planning Area in the 
Territorial District of Kenora. 

Made— July 23rd, 1987. 

Filed— July 28th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 25/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 25/86 is amended 
by adding thereto the following section: 

71. — (1) Notwithstanding that the land described in 
subsection (2) is shown on the map referred to in sec- 
tion 2 as being Rural, it shall be deemed to be in a 
Rural Residential Zone to which Part III applies. 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the geographic Township of Drayton in the District of 
Kenora being lots 1 to 10 inclusive according to a Plan 
registered in the Land Registry Office for the Land 
Titles Division of Kenora (No. 23) as Number 
23M-854. O. Reg. 442/87, s. 1. 

Pauline Morris ! 

Director j 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East | 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs > 



Dated at Toronto, this 23rd day of July, 1987. 



(2324) 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 444/87 4367 



LABOUR RELATIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 443/87. 
Rules of Procedure. 
Made— July 23rd, 1987. 
Approved-^July 30th, 1987. 
FUed— July 31st, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 546 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

LABOUR RELATIONS ACT 

1. Subsection 4 (2) of Regulation 546 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
is amended by striking out "and" at the 
end of clause (b), by inserting "and" at 
the end of clause (c) and by adding 
thereto the following clause: 

(d) any other notice or document that the regis- 
trar considers relevant. 

2. Subsection 77 (2) of the said Regula- 
tion is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 



(2) >Miere the registrar serves an employer with a 
notice or document under clause 4 (2) (d) or 91 (2) (d), 
the employer shall post a copy of the notice or docu- 
ment alongside each notice of appUcation that is posted 
under subsection (1). 



(3) Immediately after posting the notices or docu- 
ments under subsections (1) and (2), the employer shall 
file a return of posting in Form 74. O. Reg. 443/87, 
s- 2. 

3. Subsection 91 (2) of the said Regula- 
tion is amended by striking out "and" 
at the end of clause (b), by inserting 
"and" at the end of clause (c) and by 
adding thereto the following clause: 

(d) an appropriate number of copies of any 
notice or document that the registrar consid- 
ers relevant. 



Ontario Labour Relations Board: 



R. Abella 



Dated at Toronto, this 23nl day of July, 1987. 



(2346) 



33 



EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ACT 

O. Reg. 444/87. 

Forms. 

Made— July 30th, 1987. 

FUed— July 31st, 1987. 



REGULATION MADE LENDER THE 
EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ACT 

FORMS 

1. — (1) An employer who is required to give notice of termination under subsection 40 (2) of the Act shall 
provide to the Minister the information indicated on Form 1. 

(2) The information required under subsection (1) shall be provided to the Minister by deUvering the 
information to the Office of the Director of the Employment Adjustment Branch between the hours of 9 a.m. and 
4 p.m. from Monday to Friday. 

(3) Part A of Form 1 shaU l)e posted in the workplace in the manner set out in subsection 40 (2b) of the 
Act. O. Reg. 444/87, s. 1. 

2. A notice under subsection 6 (2) of the Act shall be in Form 2. O. Reg. 444/87, s. 2. 

3. This Regulation comes into force on the 31st day .of July, 1987. 

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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 

Form 1 

Employment Standards Act 
(Subsection 40 (2 a) ) 



O. Reg. 444/87 



(Attach additional sheets where necessary) 

PART A 

Name of company: 

Mailing address: 

Location(s) where layoffs will occur: 

Total workforce at each location: 

1 . hourly 

2. salaried 

3. other 

Number of employees affected at each location with anticipated 
termination dates: 

1 . hourly 

2. salaried 

3. other 

Economic circumstances surrounding intended terminations: 
Prior consultations that have been carried out: 
Consultations that are proposed to follow: 



Measures you propose to offer to facilitate the adjustment of 
the affected employees (e.g. extension of benefit plan 
payments, supplementary unemployment benefits, severance pay, 
counselling, adjustment committee, early retirement). Indicate 
which measures are to be provided through existing contractual 
obligations, existing company policy, statutory obligations, or 
proposed supplementary measures. 

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O. Reg. 444/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4369 

Number of employees expected to benefit from each of the 
adjustment measures listed above: 

1 . hourly 

2. salaried 

3. other. 

(Provide all available information. Where information is not 
immediately available, specify date when it will be provided to 
the Minister and posted in establishment.) 



Name of Company Official, Title, Telephone Number: 



Signature Date 



PART A OF THIS FORM AND ANY INFORMATION REQUIRED BY PART A 
OF THIS FORM SHALL BE POSTED IN THE EMPLOYER'S 
ESTABLISHMENT IN A CONSPICUOUS PLACE. 



PART B 

List of affected employees (omitting names) showing age, sex, 
job classification and length of service. (Provide 
information separately for hourly, salaried and other 
employees). Provide all available information and where 
information is not immediately available, specify date when it 
will be provided to the Minister. 



Name of Company Official, Title, Telephone Number; 



Signature Date 
Name of Company: 



O. Reg. 444/87, Form 1. 
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4370 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 444/87 

Form 2 

Employment Standards Act 
(Subsection 6 (2) ) 

NOTICE TO DIRECTOR OF EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS 
OF CIVIL PROCEEDINGS 



Plaintiff's Name . . 
Defendant's Name(s) 
Address 



Court in Which 
Proceedings Are 
Being Brought 



Court File Number 



Copies of all pleadings must be attached, 



Signature 



Full Name (Please print) 



Address 



O. Reg. 444/87, Form 
(2347) 33 I 



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O. Reg. 445/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 447/87 4371 



HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT 

O. Reg. 445/87. 

Medicine. 

Made— June 10th, 1987. 

Approved— July 30th, 1987. 

Filed— July 31st, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 448 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH DISCIPLINES ACT 

1. Regulation 448 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding 
thereto the following section: 

27a. — (1) A member shall practise medicine in 
accordance with the usually and generally accepted 
standards of practice expected in the branches of 
medicine in which the member is practising. 

i The usually and generally accepted standards of 
practice do not include the administration, prescrij)- 
tion, advising or otherwise being associated with the 
use of, 

(a) human or non-human chorionic gonadot- 
rophin for obesity, its sequelae or complica- 
tions or for any condition associated with 
obesity; or 

(ft) ethylene diamine tetra-acetic acid or its salts 
for atherosclerotic disease or any other dis- 
ease or condition except poisoning by heavy 
metals. 

(3) The Council may exempt any member from the 
provisions of subsection (2) under such special cir- 
cumstances in the public interest as the Council con- 
iders advisable. O. Reg. 445/87, s. 1. 



2. The said Regulation is further 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing section: 



f 46. No licence shall be dated earlier than the day 
that it is actually issued by the Registrîu-. O. Reg. 

445/87, s. 2. 

Council of the College of Physicians 
I AND Surgeons of Ontario 

' Dr. H. M. Sanduson 

President 

Dr. Michael Ddcon 
Registrar 

Dated at Toronto, this 10th day of June, 1987. 



HEALTH PROTECTION AND 
PROMOTION ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 446/87. 

Designation of Municipal Members of 

Boards of Health. 
Made— July 30th, 1987. 
Filed— July 31st, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 235/84 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH PROTECTION AND 

PROMOTION ACT, 1983 

1. Section 32 of Ontario Regulation 
235/84, exclusive of the paragraphs, is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

Windsor-Essex County Health Unit 

32. The Board of Health of the Windsor-Essex 
Count>' Health Unit shall have eight municipal mem- 
bers as follows: 



(2349) 



33 



HEALTH PROTECTION AND 
PROMOTION ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 447/87. 
Areas Comprising Health Units. 
Made— July 30th, 1987. 
Filed— July 31st, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 236/84 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH PROTECTION AND 

PROMOTION ACT, 1983 

1. The heading to Schedule 41 to section 
1 of Ontario Regulation 236/84 is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

WINDSOR-ESSEX COUNTY HEALTH UNIT 



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33 



4372 O. Reg. 448/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 449/87 



PSYCHOLOGISTS REGISTRATION ACT 

O. Reg. 448/87. 

General. 

Made— May 6th, 1987. 

Approved— July 30th, 1987. 

Filed— July 31st, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 825 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

PSYCHOLOGISTS REGISTRATION 

ACT 

1. Subsection 7 (1) of Regulation 825 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as remade by section 3 of Ontario Reg- 
ulation 225/85, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

(1) The fee payable for a renewal of a certificate of 
registration, where the certificate has expired and the 
former holder of the certificate applies within two 
years after the expiration of the certificate for a new 
certificate of registration, is $350. O. Reg. 448/87, 
s. 1. 

Ontario Board of Examiners in 
Psychology: 

Marta Townsend 
Chairman 

Barbara Wand 

Registrar 

Dated at Toronto, this 6th day of May, 1987. 
(2351) 33 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 449/87. 
Speed Limits. 
Made— July 15th, 1987. 
Filed— July 31st, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 490 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

•HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 



1.— (1) Paragraph 12 of Part 3 of 
Schedule 1 to Regulation 490 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 
is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted therefor: 



12. 
Stormont, 
Dundas 
and 
Glengarry — 

Twp. of 
Williams- 
burg 

Village 
of 

Morris- 
burg 

Twp. of 
Matilda 

Village 

of 

Iroquois 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 2 in the United Counties of Stor- 
mont, Dundas and Glengarry lying bet- 
ween a point situate 30 metres measured 
westerly from its intersection with the 
centre line of the roadway known as 
Merkley Street in the Village of Morris- 
burg in the Township of Williamsburg 
and a point situate 80 metres measured 
easterly from its intersection with the 
centre line of the roadway known as 
Island Park Drive in the Village of 
Iroquois in the Township of Matilda. 



(2) Paragraph 17 of Part 5 of the said 
Schedule 1 is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted therefor: 



1 7 . That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 2 in the Village of Morrisburg in 
the Township of Williamsburg in the 
United Counties of Stormont, Dundas 
and Glengarry lying between a point 
situate 120 metres measured westerly 
from its intersection with the centre line 
of the roadway known as Allison 
Avenue and a point situate 30 metres 
measured westerly from its intersection 
with the centre line of the roadway 
known as Merkley Street. 



2.— ( 1) Paragraph 3 of Part 3 of Schedule 
97 to the said Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 



Stormont, 
Dundas 
and 
Glengarry 

Twp. of 
Williams- 
burg 

Village of 
Morrisburg 



Simcoe — 

Twps. of 
Essa and 
Tecumseh 



That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 89 in the townships of Essa and 
Tecumseh in the County of Simcoe lying 
between a point situate 400 metres mea- 
sured easterly from its intersection with 
the centre line of the road allowance 
between lots 5 and 6 in Concession 15 in 
the Township of Tecumseh and a point 
situate 604 metres measured westerly 
from its intersection with the westerly 
limit of the King's Highway known as 
No. 27. 



(2) Paragraph 2 of Part 4 of the said 
Schedule 97 is revoked. 

(3) Part 5 of the said Schedule 97 is 
amended by adding thereto the fol- 
lowing paragraph: 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 451/87 4373 



Simcoe — 

Twps. of 
Essa and 
Tecumseh 



2 . That part of the King's Highway known 
as No. 89 in the townships of Essa and 
Tecumseh in the Count>- of Simcoe lying 
between a point situate 152 metres mea- 
sured westerly from its intersection with 
the centre line of the roadway known as 
Downey Avenue in the Township of 
Tecumseh and a point situate 400 metres 
measured easterly from its intersection 
with the centre line of the road allow- 



ance between lots 5 and 6 in Concession 
IS (Simcoe Road 15) in the Township of 
Tecumseh. 

Hugh P. O'Neil 

Acting Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 15th day of July, 1987. 



(2352) 



33 



GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 450/87. 

General. 

Made— July 30th, 1987. 

Filed— July 31st, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 441 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE ACT 



Item 19, as remade by section 3 of Ontario Regulation 381/87, and item 20, as made by 
section 3 of Ontario Regulation 381/87, of Schedule E to Regulation 441 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1980 are revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



19. From and including the 1st day of May, 1987 
up to and including the 31st day of July, 

1987 $20.60 

20. From and including the 1st day of August, 

1987 $20.84 

(2354) 



48.48 



48.48 



77.00 



77.00 



41.25 



41.25 



33 



CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 451/87. 

General. 

Made— July 30th, 1987. 

Filed— July 31st, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 95 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 



Item 36, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 38/87, item 37, as remade by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 224/87, item 38, as remade by section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 382/87 and item 39, as made by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 382/87, of 
Table 1 of Regulation 95 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 are revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

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4374 O. Reg. 451/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 452/87 

36. From and including the 1st day of 
November, 1986 up to and 
including the 31st day of 

December, 1986 20.23 48.48 34.59 77.00 33.50 

37. From and including the 1st day of 
January, 1987 up to and including 

the 31st day of January, 1987 .. 20.23 51.15 34.59 77.00 35.34 

38. From and including the 1st day of 
February, 1987 up to and includ- 
ing the 31st day of March, 1987 20.44 51.15 34.80 77.00 35.34 

39. From and including the 1st day of 
April, 1987 up to and including 

the 30th day of April, 1987 20.44 52.80 34.80 77.00 35.34 

40. From and including the 1st day of 
May, 1987 up to and including the 

29th day of June, 1987 20.60 52.80 34.96 77.00 35.34 

41. From and including the 30th day 
of June, 1987 up to and including 

the 31st day of July, 1987 20.60 52.80 34.96 100.00 35.34 

42. From and including the 1st day of 
August, 1987 up to and including 

the 30th day of September, 1987 20.84 52.80 35.20 100.00 35.34 

43. From and including the 1st day of 

October, 1987 20.84 56.50 35.20 100.00 

(2355) 



HOMES FOR THE AGED AND REST HOMES ACT 

O. Reg. 452/87. 

General. 

Made— July 30th, 1987. 

Filed— July 31st, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 502 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
HOMES FOR THE AGED AND REST HOMES ACT 

1. Item 36, as remade by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 39/87, item 37, as remade by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 225/87, item 38, as remade by section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 383/87 and item 39, as made by section 2 of Ontario Regulation 383/87, of 
Table 1 of Regulation 502 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 are revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

36. From and including the 1st day of 
November, 1986 up to and including the 

31st day of December, 1986 20.23 46.48 34.59 77.00 

37. From and including the 1st day of January, 
1987 up to and including the 31st day of 
January, 1987 20.23 49.15 34.59 77.00 

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O. Reg. 452/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 4S4/87 4375 

38. From and including the 1st day of Februan-, 
1987 up to and including the 31st day of 

March, 1987 20.44 49. IS 34.80 77.00 

39. From and including the 1st day of April, 
1987 up to and including the 30th day of 

April, 1987 20.44 49.43 34.80 77.00 

40. From and including the 1st day of May, 1987 
up to and including the 29th day of June, 

1987 20.60 49.43 34.% 77.00 

41. From and including the 30th day of June, 
1987 up to and including the 31st day of 

July, 1987 20.60 49.43 34.96 100.00 

42 . From and including the 1st day of August, 

1987 20.84 49.43 35.20 100.00 

(2356) 3i 



FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 

O. Reg. 453/87. 

General. 

Made— July 30th, 1987. 

Filed— July 31st, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 318 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

FAMILY BENEFITS ACT 

Subclause 12 (5) ie) (i) of Regulation 
318 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 227/87, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 



(i) $20.84 a day, or 

2. This Regulation comes into force on 
the 1st day of August, 1987. 



MILK ACT 

O. Reg. 454/87. 
Industrial Milk — Marketing. 
Made— July 31st, 1987. 
Filed— July 31st, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 623 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

MILK ACT 

1. — (1) Subsection 13 (5) of Regulation 
623 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980, as remade by subsection 1 (6) of 
Ontario Regulation 453/86, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(5) All Class 5 milk supplied to a processor shall be 
sold by the marketing board and bought by the proces- 
sor for not less than a minimum price of $40.18 per 
hectolitre for milk containing 3.6 kilograms of milk-fat 
per hectolitre. O. Reg. 454/87, s. 1 (1). 

(2) Subsection 13 (6) of the said Regula- 
tion, as remade by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 499/86, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(6) All Class 5a milk supplied to a processor shaD be 
sold by the marketing board and bought by the proces- 
sor for not less than a minimum price of $40.61 per 
hectolitre for milk containing 3.6 kilograms of milk-fat 
per hectolitre. O. Reg. 454/87, s. 1 (2). 



(3) Subsection 13 (7) of the said Regula- 
tion, as remade by subsection 1 (8) of 
Ontario Regulation 453/86, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(7) All Class 6 milk supplied to a processor shall be 
sold by the marketing board and bought by the proces- 

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4376 O. Reg. 454/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 456/87 



sor for not less than a minimum price of $40. 18 per 
hectolitre for milk containing 3.6 kilograms of milk-fat 
per hectolitre. O. Reg. 454/87, s. 1 (3). 

2. Paragraph 1 of subsection 20 (1) of the 
said Regulation, as remade by section 2 
of Ontario Regulation 453/86, is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

1. A payment on account at the rate of $26.12 
per hectolitre, not later than the 14th day of 
the next following month, or where a holiday 
falls within the first twelve days of that 
month, not later than the iSth day of that 
month. 

3. This Regulation comes into force on 
the 1st day of August, 1987. 

The Ontario Milk Marketing Board: 

J. Grant Smith 
Chairman 

H. Parker 

Secretary 

Dated at Mississauga, this 31st day of July, 1987. 
(2357) 33 

MILK ACT 

O. Reg. 455/87. 

Marketing of Milk to Fluid Milk Processors. 

Made— July 31st, 1987. 

Filed— July 31st, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 541/81 

MADE UNDER THE 

MILK ACT 

1.— (1) Subsection 15 (9) of Ontario 
Regulation 541/81, as remade by sub- 



section 1 (6) of Ontario Regulation 
452/86, is revoked and the following 
substituted therefor: 

(9) All Class 5 milk supplied to a processor shall be 
sold by the marketing board and bought by the proces- 
sor for not less than a minimum price of $40.18 per 
hectolitre for milk containing 3.6 kilograms of milk-fat 
per hectolitre. O. Reg. 455/87, s. 1 (1). 

(2) Subsection 15 (10) of the said Regula- 
tion, as remade by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 500/86, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

(10) All Class 5a milk supplied to a processor shall 
be sold by the marketing board and bought by the 
processor for not less than a minimum price of $40.61 
per hectolitre for milk containing 3.6 kilograms of 
milk-fat per hectolitre. O. Reg. 455/87, s. 1 (2). 

(3) Subsection 15 (11) of the said Regula- 
tion, as remade by subsection 1 (8) of 
Ontario Regulation 452/86, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(11) All Class 6 milk supplied to a processor shall be 
sold by the marketing board and bought by the proces- 
sor for not less than a minimum price of $40.18 per 
hectolitre for milk containing 3.6 kilograms of milk-fat 
per hectolitre. O. Reg. 455/87, s. 1 (3). 

2. This Regulation comes into force on 
the 1st day of August, 1987. 

The Ontario Milk Marketing Board: 

J. Grant Smith 
Chairman 

H. Parker 

Secretary 

Dated at Mississauga, this 31st day of July, 1987. 
(2358) 33. 



NURSING HOMES ACT 

O. Reg. 456/87. 

General. 

Made— July 30th, 1987. 

Filed— July 31st, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 
REGULATION 690 OF REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 
NURSING HOMES ACT 

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O. Reg. 456/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 457/87 4377 



1. Item 28 of Table 1 of Regulation 690 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as made 
by section 1 of Ontario Regulation 214/87, is revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 



28. 

29. 
(2359) 



On or after the 1st day of May, 1987, but 
before the 1st day of August, 1987. 

On or after the 1st day of August, 1987. 



$628.29 
$635.51 



$20.60 
$20.84 



33 



HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 457/87. 

General. 

Made— July 30th, 1987. 

Filed— July 31st, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 452 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

1.— (1) Clause 37 (9) (g) of Regulation 
452 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980, as remade by section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 206/85, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefon 

ig) by a person who has no dependants, where 
the estimated income of such person does not 
exceed $100; 



(2) Clauses 37 (9) (A), (i), 0") and ik) of the 
said Regulation, as remade by section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 438/86, are 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(A) by a person who has one dependant, where 
the aggregate estimated incomes of the per- 
son and the person's dependant does not 
exceed $2,171; 

(»') by a person who has two dependants, where 
the aggregate estimated incomes of the per- 
son and the person's dependants does not 
exceed $2,482; 

0) by a person who has three dependants, where 
the aggregate estimated incomes of the per- 
son and the person's dependants does not 
exceed $2,764; or 

(k) by a person who has four or more depen- 
dants, where the aggregate estimated in- 
comes of the person and the person's 
dependants does not exceed $3,017. 



2. Item 5 of Table IB of the said Regulation, as made by subsection 1 (3) of Ontario 
Regulation 405/87, is revoked and the following substituted therefor: 



5. On or after the 1st day of 
May, 1987, but before the 

1st day of August, 1987 . . 628.29 

6. On or after the 1st day of 

August, 1987 635.51 



20.60 945.21 30.99 1,573.50 51.59 

20.84 937.99 30.75 1,573.50 51.59 



3. Items 7za, I3za, I9za, ZSza, 3lza and 64 of Table 2 of the said Regulation, as made by 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 213/87, are revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



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O. Reg. 458/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 459/87 



HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 458/87. 

General. 

Made— July 30th, 1987. 

Filed— July 31st, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 452 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

1.— (1) Subsection 49 (2/) of Regulation 
452 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980, as made by subsection 1 (1) of 
Ontario Regulation 389/86, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(2/) The amount payable by the Plan for the ser- 
vices prescribed in subsection (1) is, where the services 
are provided to an insured person on or after the 1st 
day of July, 1986, but before the 1st day of July, 1987, 
as follows: 

1. Initial service (office or institutional) $12 

2. Subsequent service 8 

3. Home service 14 

4. Radiographic examination maximum 

per service 10 

(2g) The amount payable by the Plan for the ser- 
vices prescribed in subsection (1) is, where the services 
are provided to an insured person on or after the 1st 
day of July, 1987, as follows: 

1. Initial service (office or institutional) $12 

2. Subsequent service 8. SO 

3. Home service IS 

4. Radiographic examination 10 

O. Reg. 458/87, s. 1 (1). 

(2) Subsection 49 (7) of the said Regula- 
tion, as remade by subsection 1 (2) of 
Ontario Regulation 389/86, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 



(7) The maximum amount payable by the Plan for 
the services prescribed in subsection (1) is, where the 
insured services are provided to an insured person on 
or after the 1st day of July, 1986, but before the 1st day 
of July, 1987, in respect of each insured person, $140 
per twelve-month period. O. Reg. 458/87, s. 1 (2). 

(3) Subsection 49 (8) of the said Regula- 
tion, as made by subsection 1 (2) of 
Ontario Regulation 389/86, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(8) The maximum amount payable by the Plan for 
the services prescribed in subsecUon (1) is, where the 
insured services are provided to an insured person on 
or after the 1st day of July, 1987, in respect of each 
insured person, $145 per twelve-month period. 

(9) For the purposes of subsecUons (3), (4), (5), (6), 
(7) and (8), "twelve-month period" means the period 
from and including the 1st day of July in any year to 
and including the 30th day of June in the following 
year. O. Reg. 458/87, s. 1 (3). 



(2361) 



33 



RESIDENTIAL RENT REGULATION 
ACT, 1986 

O. Reg. 459/87. 
Rent Determination. 
Made— July 30th, 1987. 
Filed— July 31st, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 440/87 

MADE UNDER THE 

RESIDENTIAL RENT REGULATION 

ACT, 1986 

1. Clause 10 (1) (a) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 440/87 is amended by adding 
"and" at the end thereof. 

2. Clause 29 (5) (b) of the said Regulation 
is amended by striking out "but not to 
exceed" in the fourteenth and fifteenth 
lines and inserting in lieu thereof "so 
long as it is not less than". 



(2362) 



33 



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11 



O. Reg. 460/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 461/87 4445 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 

August 22nd, 1987 



HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

O. Reg. 460/87. 

Stopping of Vehicles on Parts of the 

King's Highway. 
Made — .\ugust 4th, 1987. 
Filed — .August 4th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 492 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

1. Regulation 492 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1980 is amended by adding 
thereto the following schedule: 

Schedule 7 

ALROR.A ROAD (YORK ROAD 15) 

1. That part of the King's Highway known as 
Aurora Road (York Road 15) in the Town of 
Whitchurch-Stouff\-ille in The Regional Municipality 
of York hing between a point situate at its intersection 
with the freeway off-ramp known as Highway 404 
northbound and a point situate 360 metres measured 
easterh- from the easterly limit of its intersection with 
the freeway off-ramp known as Highway 404 north- 
bound. O. Reg. 460/87, s. 1. 

Edward Fulton 

Minister of Transportation 

and Communications 

Dated at Toronto, this 4th day of August, 1987. 

(2389) 34 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 461/87. 

County of Halton (now The Regional 
Municipality of Haltori). City of Bur- 
lington. 

Made— August 4th, 1987. 

Filed— .August 4th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 482/73 

MADE UNDER THE 

PARKWAY BELT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

1. Subparagraph i of paragraph 1 of sub- 
section 2 (2) of Ontario Regulation 
482/73, as made by section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 304/84, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 

i. Lots 1 to 3 inclusive and lots 13 to 22 
inclusive, in Concession I, south of 
Dundas Street, excepting the follow- 
ing: 

A. That part of Lot 20 being that 
part of Lot 16 on a Plan regis- 
tered in the Land Registr>- 
Office for the Registry- Division 
of Halton (No. 20) as Number 
509, and described as follows: 

Commencing at the most 
southerly angle of Lot 16; 

Thence north 45° 10' ICf 
west along the southwesterly 
limit of Lot 16, 22.88 metres 
to a point; 

Thence continuing along the 
aforementioned limit north 
44° 56' 30" west a distance of 
23.24 metres to a point; 

Thence north 41° 16' 20" 
east a distance of 43.70 
metres to a point in the 
northeasterly limit of Lot 16; 

Thence south 45° 32' 30" 
east along the said north- 
easterly limit of the Lot, 
45.24 metres to the most 
easterly angle of Lot 16; 

Thence south 40° 09' 50" 
west along the southeasterly 
limit of Lot 16 a distance of 
44.15 metres to the point of 
commencement. 



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4446 O. Reg. 461/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 463/87 



B. That part of Lot 20 being that 
part of Lot 15 on the said Plan 
509, and described as follows: 

Commencing at the most 
southerly angle of the said 
Lot IS; 

Thence north 44° 57' west 
along the southwesterly limit 
of Lot 15, 24.40 metres to a 
point in said limit; 

Thence north 41° 16' 20" 
east 45.63 metres to a point 
in the northeasterly limit of 
Lot 15; 

Thence south 44° 56' 30" 
east along said northeasterly 
limit 23.24 metres to the 
most easterly angle of Lot 
15; 

Thence south 39° 49' west 
along the southeasterly limit 
of Lot 15, 45.72 metres to 
the point of commencement. 

C. Those parts of lots 20, 21 and 
22 described as Parts 1 to 7 
inclusive on a Plan deposited 
in the said Land Registry 
Office as Number 20R-7754. 

L. J. FiNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 4th day of August, 1987. 

(2390) 34 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 



O. Reg. 462/87. 

Restricted Areas — District of 
Geographic townships of 
Striker, Scarfe and Mack. 

Made— July 29th, 1987. 

Filed— August 4th, 1987. 



Algoma, 
Cobden, 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 409/82 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 



3. — (1) Notwithstanding that the lots described in 
subsection (3) are shown on the map referred to in 
section 4 as being in a Rural Zone, they shall be 
deemed to be in a Seasonal Residential Zone to which 
Part III applies. 

(2) Despite subsection 29 (1), the minimum front 
yard requirement for lots 11, 12 and 13 on Plan 
lM-473 £is described in subsection (3) is sixty metres. 

(3) This section applies to those parcels of land in 
the geographic Township of Striker in the Territorial 
District of Algoma being lots 1 to 13 inclusive on Plan 
lM-472 and lots 1 to 13 inclusive on Plan lM-473, all 
as registered in the Land Registry Office for the Land 
Titles Division of Algoma (No. 1). 

Pauline Morris 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 

Dated at Toronto, this 29th day of July, 1987. 



(2391) 



34 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 463/87. 

Restricted Areas — District of Algoma, 
Sault Ste. Marie North Planning Area. 
Made— July 29th, 1987. 
Filed— August 4th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 279/80 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 279/80 is amended 
by adding thereto the following section: 

95. — (1) Despite any other provision of this Order, 
the accessory structure existing on the land described 
in subsection (2) on the day this Order comes into force 
may be used as a one-bay automotive repair garage. 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
the geographic Township of VanKoughnet in the Dis- 
trict of Algoma, being composed of part of the easterly 
forty acres of the southwest quarter of section 28, 
described as follows: 

Commencing at the southeast angle of said 
southwest quarter; 



1. The Schedule to Ontario Regulation 
409/82 is amended by adding thereto 
the following section: 

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Thence northerly along the easterly boundary 
thereof 2,640 feet to the northeast angle of the 
quarter section; 



O. Reg. 463/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 465/87 4447 



Thence westerly along the northerly boundary- of 
the southwest quarter a distance of 330 feet to a 
point which is the point of commencement; 

Thence south in a line drawn parallel to the wes- 
terly limit of the quarter section a distance of 
2 ,640 feet to the southerly boundary of the quarter 
section; 

Thence westerly along the said southerly bound- 
ar>- a distance of 330 feet to a point; 

Thence northerly along the westerly boundar>- of 
the easterly fort>" acres of the said southwest 
quarter a distance of 2,640 feet to a point; 

Thence easterly along the northerly boundary' of 
the southwest quarter a distance of 330 feet to the 
point of commencement; 

Except that portion of Highway 552 as appro- 
priated by Plan P-2652-5, registered in the Land 
Registry- Office for the Registry- Division of 
.\lgoma (Xo. 1) as Instrument No. 327 and 
designated by Plan P-8021-21, registered as No. 
T- 18477 1, b. Reg. 463/87, s. 1. 

Pauline Morris 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 



Dated at Toronto, this 29th day of July, 1987 



(2392) 



GAME AND FISH ACT 



34 



O. Reg. 464/87. 
Hunting Licences. 
Made— July 30th, 1987. 
Filed— August 4th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 420 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

GAME AND FISH ACT 



1. Subsection lada) of Regulation 420 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as made by section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 132/87, is revoked. 



(2393) 



34 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 465/87. 

Zoning Areas — Territorial District of 

Thunder Bay, Geographic Township of 

Gorham. 
Made— July 27th, 1987. 
Filed— August 5th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 413/86 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 



1. Ontario Regulation 413/86 is amended 
by adding thereto the following 
Schedule: 

Schedule 2 

OTHER EXEMPTIONS 

1. — (1) Notwithstanding that the land described in 
subsection (2) is shown on a map referred to in section 
4 as being in an Extractive Industrial Zone, it shall be 
deemed to be in a Rural Zone to which Part II applies. 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in 
j the geographic Township of Gorham in the Territorial 
I District of Thunder Bay being that part of Lot 10 in 
1 Concession IV more particularly described as parts 2, 
; 4 and 6 on Reference Plan number 55R-4239 deposited 
I in the Land Registry- Office for the Land Titles Di\-i- 
i sion of Thunder Bay (No. 55). O. Reg. 465/87, s. 1. 

I Pauline Morris 

I Director 

I Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

j Ministry of Municipal Affairs 
i 

! Dated at Toronto, this 27th day of July, 1987. 

(2394) 34 



1675 



4448 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 466/87 

ASSESSMENT ACT 

O. Reg. 466/87. 

Assessment Notices of Supplementar\' or 

Omitted Assessment. 
Made— August 5 th, 1987. 
Filed— August Sth, 1987. 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
ASSESSMENT ACT 

ASSESSMENT NOTICES OF SUPPLEMENTARY 
OR OMITTED ASSESSMENT 

1. A notice of assessment for supplementary assessments under section 33 of the Act and for omitted 
assessments under section 32 of the Act shall be in, 

(a) Form 1; or 

(b) Form 2, as the case requires. O. Reg. 466/87, s. 1. 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on the 1st day of April, 1987. 



1676 



O. Reg. 466/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Form 1 

Assessment Act 



4449 



Notice of Supplementary or 
Omitted Assessment 



Property l-î»— • '■■ Oo Number) 



The Nam has bean «sued to miorm you of a change >n me assessmeri of me propeny you own or occupy or a change in 4s tax status 

The asaaaamart ahonwi onthtsfMice s in addtnn to any previous assessment 

Sacfeon 33 of the Asses sm ent Ad atoms for supplemenary assessments to Ik made dunng the course of the tax year. Typcaiy. these reflect new construc&orv new 

txameaaes. or a new labMy tor taxation 

Sedan 32 of the Act authorizes the issuing of a Notice of Assessment where We has been an onrisaon from the munopatly's Assessmett Rol. 

Your ■ui<i.l|)aM> «■ aand you a tax bM bMMl on the aaai n i m nt bakm. 

>Ukflionaf nfkvmaton about If» numbersd aems can be Ibuno on me «everse side o' (hs Noùca 



Name and Addr«> o« PanonU) t 



(î) School Support Designation 



I 



l.ocationand 
Dw c rip t ion of 
ProiMrty 



7ti For th« purpote of ^T)E5tim«»ed Market Value iff) Property L7) 
*^Ai«Mwn«»t.thi5oroo»tv^ ^ 0»n% iV 



Reason for Supplementary or Omitted 



Nyou lequiie any assislance. please contact the Regnnal Assessment Office at 



Can coNect <t you are located outside of the toH-free area 



Nolic* of Cotiiplaitit untler section 39 of the Assessment Act (AppeaO 

M you believe you h8v« been improperty assessed, you or your agent may 
lodge a ootnplaint by compleling the reverse side and forwarding to 



r 



Regional Registrar, Assessment Review Board 



Mail Complaim by 



Property Idetnifier (Roll Numberl 



iNo^itxxitnod 



1677 



4450 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 466/87 



Complaint Procedures (Appeal) 

(Section 39 of the Assessment Act, R.S.O. 1980, Chapter 31) 



To lodge a complaint against your assessment, state your reason(s) in the space below, sign and forward this 'cut off' portion to the Regional Registrar at the 
address shown on the front of this Notice. 



Name of Complainant or Agent 



Mailing Address Street 



Residence Telephone No. 



Business Telephone No. 



Signature of Complainant or Agent 



If you wish to lodge a complaint against your assessment and retain this Notice, include the following information on a separate sheet of paper headed "Notice 
of Complaint", and forward to the Regional Registrar at the address shown on the front of this Notice. 

1 Name, Mailing Address, Telephone No. of Complainant or Agent. 

2. Location and Description of Property that is the subject of the complaint - (see front of Notice). 

3 Assessment Property Identifier (Roll Number) - (see front of Notice). 

4. Reason(s) for complaint. 

5. Signature of Complainant or Agent. 



Additional Information 

Note: Residential tenants who do not pay municipal property taxes directly will not receive individual tax bills. 

©School Support Designation: 

A portion of your property taxes supports either the "public" or "separate" school system. The occupant of property is responsible for 
determining the direction of school taxes; however, only Roman Catholic ratepayers including Catholics of the Greek or Ul<rainian Rite 
in union with the See of Rome, may choose to support separate schools. All others must support public schools. All requests to change 
School Support must be in writing to the Regional Assessment Office, at the address shown on the front of this Notice. 

@ Property Class: 

Each property is assigned to one or more of the following property classes for assessment purposes: 

• Residential (1-6 units) • Commercial 

• Multi-Residential (7 or more units) • Industrial 

• Farm 

This classification is based on factors such as design, use, ownership and zoning. 

Estimated Market Value: 

In reassessed municipalities an estimate of the most likely selling price in a specified year is determined for each property. Under the 
Section 63 Reassessment Program, the Estimated Market Value is then multiplied by the Property Class % to determine the Assessed 

Value. 

© Property Class %: 

One Property Class % is established for each of the classes of property (see® above) in a municipality which has been reassessed under 
the Section 63 Reassessment Program. This percentage, when multiplied by the Estimated Market Value (®), provides the Assessed 
Value for taxation purposes. 

© Assessed Value: 

The value on which property taxes (municipal and education) will be levied based on mill rates calculated by your municipality. The relation- 
ship between assessment and tax is: Assessed Value X Mill Rate = Taxes. 

® Mill Rate To Be Used: 

All property is taxed at either the "residential" or "commercial" mill rate. These rates are established annually by your municipality to 
fund municipal, county or region and school board needs. The mill rate is the effective tax rate set by your municipality to levy a specified 
amount of tax for each $1,000 of assessment. 



->S 



O. Reg. 466/87, Form 1. 



1678 



O. Reg. 466/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 
Form 2 
Assessment Act 



4451 



Notice of Supplementary or 

Omitted Assessment 

Avis d'évaluation foncière 

supplémentaire ou omise 



I llrlurKa^jHy / MunicIpMUt 



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d» fa Cv nnmm nn o» litmon d» t'i 



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Propeny lavviaar (Ooi Nu>Titi»r) / u » n < fca i « )n a» pioo n iM irajméni au rOUi H »l » t i iu»ti niii1 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 466/87 



Complaint Procedures (Appeal) 

{Section 39 of the Assessment Act, R.S.O. 1980, Chapter 31) 



Procédure de dép4t d'une plainte (Appel) 

(article 39 de la Loi sur l'évaluation foncière. L R.O. 1980, chapitre 31) 



To lodg* a complaint against your aasaasnwnt, state your r«asan(s) In the space Iwlow. 
sign and forward this 'cut off' portion to ttw Regional Registrar at tfw address shown on 
the front of this Notice 



Pour déposer une plainte à l'égard de vQ*re évaluation foncière, veuillez en Indiquer le/lea 
motlf(s) ci-dessous, signer et envoyer cette partie détacfwble au registrateur régional é 
l'adresse Indiquée au recto du présent avis. 



Posta) Codtt/Cods postal 



Namfl of Complain 



r Ag«nt/Nom du plaignsnt ou d« I 



Mailing Addrsss/Adrvsss postale 



Business Tsisphono No./N" ds téMphons (bursau) 



I Signature ol Complainant or Agenl/Signsture du plaignsnl ou de son mandatsire 



Residence Teleptwne No7N* de téMphons (domicile) 



Check this box If you wish to appear before a bilingual (English/French) Board. 



D 



If you wish to lodge a complaint against your assessment and retain thi» Notice, include 
the following information on a separate sheet of paper headed "Notice of Complaint", 
and forward to the Regional Registrar at the address shown on the front of this Notice 
1. Name, Mailing Address, Telephone No. of Complainant or Agent. 
2 Location and Description of Property that is the subject of the complaint - 
(see front of Notice). 

3. Assessment Property Identifier (Roll Number) - (see front of Notice). 

4. Reason(s) tor complaint. 

5. Signature of Complainant or Agent. 

6. Preference to appear before a bilingual (English/French) Board. 



Si vous désirez déposer une plainte à l'égard de votre évaluation foncière et conserver 
le présent avis, veuillez indiquer les renseignements précisés ci-dessous sur une feuille 
séparée portant le titre "Avis de plainte" et envoyer celle-ci au registrateur régional de la 
Commission de révision de l'évaluation foncière à l'adresse qui est indiquée au recto du 
présent avis. 

1 . Nom, adresse postale et n** de téléphone du plaignant ou de son mandataire. 

2. Emplacement et description de la propriété qui fait l'objet de la plainte - 
(voir au recto du présent avis). 

3. Identification de propriété (nun>éro au rôle) - (voir au recto du présent avis) 
4 Mottf(s) de la plainte. 

5. Signature du plaignant ou de son mandataire. 

6. Préférence de comparaître devant une commission bilingue (français/anglais). 



X- 



X 



Additional Information 



/Y) School Support Designation: 

A portion ot your properly taxes supports either the "public" or "separate" school system 
The occupant of property is responsible for determining the direction of school taxes; how- 
ever, only Roman Catholic ratepayers including Catholics of the Greek or Ukrainian Rite 
■n union with the See of Rome, may choose to support separate schools All others must 
support public schools All requests to change School Support must be in writing to the 
Regional Assessment Office, at the address shown on the front of this Notice. 

(2)Property Class: 

Eacn property is assigned to one or more of the following properly classes for assessment 
purposes 

• Residential (1-6 units) • Commercial 

• Multi-Residential (7 or more units) • Industrial 

• Farm 



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This Classification is based on factors such as design, use, ownership and zoning 

3) Estimated Market Value: 

reassessed municipalities an estimate of the most likely selling price in a specified year 
IS aetermined tor each properly Under the Section 63 Reassessment Program, the Esti- 
mated Market Value is then multiplied by the Properly Class % to determine the Assessed 
Value 

(4) Property Class H: 

One Property Class % is established for each of the classes of property (see (2) above) 
m a municipality which has been reassessed under the Section 63 Reassessment Pro- 
gram This percentage, when multiplied by the Estimated Market Value ((3)). provides the 
Assessed Value for taxation purposes 

^Assessed \totue: 

The value on which properly taxes (municipal and education) will be levied based on mill 
rates calc'ji'^*°d hy your municipality. The relationship between assessment and tax is 
Assf.sed Vaiue X Mill Rate = Taxes. 



® 



6)MiH Rate To Be Used: 

All property is taxed at either the "residential" or "commercial" mill rate. These rales are 
established annually by your municipality to fund municipal, county or region and school 
board needs. The mill rate is the effective tax rate set by your municipality to levy a specif- 
ied amount of tax for each $1.000 of assessment. 



Renseignements supplémentaires 

neme;que : II nest pas envoyé de relevé d'Imposition Individuel aux locataires d'i 
logement qui ne paient pas directement les Impôts fonciers. 



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Q Affectation des Impôts scolaires : 

Une partie de vos impôts fonciers est affecîée soit aux écoles "publiques" soit aux écoles 
"séparées" 'I incomtte â l'occupant de la oropnété de spécifier l'affectation des impôts sco- 
laires Toutefois seuls i«s rontnbuables catholiques, y compns tes catholiques de rite onho- 
doxp grec ou ukrainien unis au Saint-Siège de Rome, ont le droit d'affecter leurs impôts sco- 
laires aux écoles séparées Tous les autres contribuables sont tenus 1 affecte< leurs impôts 
scolaires aux écoles publiques Les demandes de nxxJitication de l'affectation des impôts 
scolaires sont fartes pa' écnt et adressées au bureau régional de (évaluation foncière, à 
l'adresse indiquée au recto du présent avis 

^Catégorfe de propriété : 

Aux tins de revaluation foncière chaque propriété est classée dans une ou plusieurs des 
catégories su -vantes 

• Résidentielle n â 6 logements) • Commerciale 

• M ulti -résidentiel le (7 logements ou plus) • industrielle 
' Agricole 

Ce classement est ètahn on tenant compte de facteurs tels que la conception architecturale, 
l'utilisation, le droit de propriété, et le zonage 

^\Aileur marchande estimée : 

Dans ies municipalités qui font l'objet d'une réévaluation tonaère, ii est orocédé à une esti- 
mation du pr-x auquel se vendrait probablerT>eni au cours d'une année dcmée chaque pro- 
pnétè qui y est située. Conformément à l'article 63 de la Loi qui traite du Programme de ré- 
évaluation foncière, la valeur marchande ainsi estimée est ensuite multipliée par le pourcen- 
tage applicable à la catégorie de propnété visée afin d'obtomr l'évaluation foncière. 

^Pourcentage applicable à la catégorie de propiiéie . 

Un pourcentage applicable a la catégorie de piopneié tsi tixe pour cnaque caii?gone de pro- 
priété (vo.r rubnque X ci-dessus) dans une municipalité qui a ^ait I obiei dune réévaluation 
foncière conformément a 1 article 63 de la Loi, q'ii traite du Pr-^ramme de féévi'lualion fon- 
cière La multiplication de ce pourcentage pê r la valeur marchande estimée (voir rubrique 
(ï, ) permet d'obtenir le montant de l'évaluation foncière aux fins de l'imposition 

@ Évaluation foncière : 

Cette evaluation constitut- la vdieuf en fonction on laquelle les -npôts 'onciers (munici- 
paux et scolaires) sont perçus et à laquelle s applique ie taux du 'ndlieme 'ixe par ^oue 
municipalité La formule de calcul de l'impôt foncier est la suivante 
Évaluation foncière X Taux du millième = 'mpôt fortcier 



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e^Taux du millième à utiliser pour l'imposition : 

Toute propriété est imposée en fonction du taux du 
"résidentielle" soii a ia catégorie "commerciale' Les 



applicable soit a ia catégorie 
il appliqués sont fixés chaque 
par votre municipalité en vue de recueillir les fonds nécessaires aux 'ms de la muni- 
cipalité, du comté, de la région et du conseil scolaire Le taux du millième constitue le taux 



O. Reg. 466/87, Form 2. 

Robert Nixon 
Minister of Revenue 



Dated at Toronto, this 5th day of August, 1987. 
(2395) 



34 



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O. Reg. 467/87 THE ONTARIO 
DAY NURSERIES ACT 

O. Reg. 467/87. ; 

General. i 

Made— July 30th, 1987. ; 

Filed— August 5th, 1987. i 



GAZETTE 



4453 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 760/83 

MADE UNDER THE 

DAY NURSERIES ACT 

1. Subsection 5 (4) of Ontario Regulation 
760/83, exclusive of the paragraphs, is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(4) The operator of a day nursery- that has a prog- 
ram that runs for six hours or more in a day shall 
ensure that in addition to the spaces referred to in 
subsection (2) the day nurser> has space designated for 
each of the following: 



2.— (1) Clause 68 (3) ib) of the said Reg- 
ulation, exclusive of the subclauses, is 
revoked and the following substituted 
therefor: 

(/>) to a municipality or band, under an agree- 
ment to provide day nurser> services or 
private home day care or both. 



(2) Subsection 68 (4) of the said Regula- 
tion is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted therefor: 

(4) The available income of a person for the purpose 
of this Regulation shall be determined by a welfare 
administrator, a Director or such person as the Direc- 
tor approves, in accordance with Form 1 or la, as the 
case may be. O. Reg. 467/87, s. 2 (2). 

3. Section 77a of the said Regulation, as 
made by section 2 of Ontario Regula- 
tion 533/84, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

77a. .\ municipality that operates a recreational 
program that is funded by the Ministry- of Tourism and 
Recreation is, until the expiry- of the 31st day of July, 
1989, exempt from the application of subsection 11 (1) 
of the Act. O. Reg. 467/87, s. 3. 



Section 77^ of the said Regulation, as 
made by section 4 of Ontario Regula- 



tion 119/86, is amended by adding 
thereto the following items: 

3. Blue Hills Academy, Town of Richmond 
HiU. 

4. Catulpa-Tamarac (Orillia) Child and Family 
Services Inc., City of Orillia. 

5. Childrens Assessment and Treatment 
Centre, Burlington. 

6. Peel Childrens Centre, City of Mississauga. 

7. George Hull Centre, Metropolitan Toronto. 

8. .Adventure Place, Metropolitan Toronto. 

9. Preschool Discoveries, Metropolitan To- 
ronto. 

10. Strothers Centre, Metropolitan Toronto. 

11. Rotary Creche, Metrojpolitan Toronto. 

12. Sacred Heart, Sisters of St. Joseph, Diocese 
of Toronto, Metropolitan Toronto. 

13. Jessie's (Section 11), Metropolitan Toronto. 

14. Muki Baum (Section H), Metropolitan 
Toronto. 

15. Scaddins Court Community Centre, Met- 
ropolitan Toronto. 

\h M H.iiilMili.iiii \\ - «. Iiii-in-ii - C iiiu» ki-:;< III 
Park, Inc., Metropolitan Toronto. 

17. Madame Vanier Children's Centre, London. 

18. Samia-Lambton Centre for Children and 
Youth, Samia. 

19. The Child's Place, Windsor. 

20. Kingston Therapeutic Nursery School Inc., 
City- of Kingston. 

21. Durham House, City of Oshawa. 

22. Royal Ottawa Hospital, Regional Munici- 
pality of Ottawa-Carleton. 

23. Belleville Parent-Child Clinic, City of 
Belleville. 

5. The said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following section: 

77f . A notice under clause 15 (2) (b) of the Act shall 
be in Form 7. O. Reg. 467/87, s. 5. 

6. Form 4 of the said Regulation is 
amended by striking out "'Children's 



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O. Reg. 469/87 



Residential Services Act'" in the twen- 
tieth line and inserting in lieu thereof 
''''Child and Family Services Act, 1984" . 

7. Form 5 of the said Regulation is 
amended by striking out "Children's 
Residential Services Act'' in the 
eighteenth line and inserting in lieu 
thereof "Child and Family Services Act, 
1984". 

8. Form 6 of the said Regulation is 
amended by striking out ''''Children's 
Residential Services Acf in the ninth 
line and inserting in lieu thereof "Child 
and Family Services Act, 1984" . 

9. The said Regulation is amended by 
adding thereto the following Form: 



Form 7 

Day Nurseries Act 

NOTICE OF DIRECTION 

TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to the authority 
vested in me under the provisions of section IS of the 
Day Nurseries Act, I have given directions that the 
premises located at 



PLANNING ACT, 1983 

O. Reg. 468/87. 

Restricted Areas — County of Ontario 
(now The Regional Municipality of 
Durham), Township of Pickering 
(now the Town of Pickering). 

Made — August 4th, 1987. 

Filed— August 6th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

ONTARIO REGULATION 102/72 

MADE UNDER THE 

PLANNING ACT, 1983 

1. Ontario Regulation 102/72 is amended 
by adding thereto the following section: 

66. — (1) A single-family dwelling and buildings and 
structures accessory thereto may be erected and used 
on the land described in subsection (2) if the following 
requirements are met: 



Minimum front yard 

Minimum rear yard 

Minimum side yards 

Minimum floor area of 
single-family dwelling 



12 metres 

12 metres 

3 metres 

139 square metres 



Maximum percentage of 

lot covered by all build- 
ings and structures 10 per cent 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land 

situate in the Town of Pickering in The Regional 
D shall not be used as a dav nursery Municipality of Durham, being that part of Lot 16 in 

Concession VI designated as Part 1 on a Plan deposited 
D shall not be used to provide private home day care i" ^he Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of 
until such time as certain directions I have given Durham (No. 40) as Number 40R-9495. O. Reg. 
have been complied with. | 468/87, s. 1. 



NO PERSON shall remove this notice unless 
authorized to do so by me or by a program advisor. 

FOR FURTHER information regarding this notice 
contact the Ministry of Community and Social Ser- 
vices at (address and phone number) 



L. J. FiNCHAM 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

Central and Southwest 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs 



Dated at Toronto, this 4th day of August, 1987. 
(2397) 34 



(date) 



(2396) 



(signature of Director) 
O. Reg. 467/87, s. 9. 
34 



ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 

O. Reg. 469/87. 
Hot Mix Asphalt Facilities. 
Made— July 30th, 1987. 
Filed— August 7th, 1987. 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



4455 



REGULATION MADE UNDER THE 
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 

HOT MIX ASPHALT FACILITIES 

1. In this Regulation, 

"aggregate" means any material, including gravel, 
slag, limestone, crushed rock, sand, hydrated lime, 
cement, furnace ash, glass or sulphur, used to pro- 
duce asphalt paving when mixed with bituminous 
asphalt; 

"HMA facility" means a hot mix asphalt facUity with 
equipment designed to heat and dr>- aggregate and 
to mix aggregate with bituminous asphalt to pro- 
duce asphalt paving material; 

"portable HMA facility-" means an HMA facility that 
remains at one location for less than one year; 

"reference pressure" means a pressure of 101,325 
pascals; 

"reference temperature" means a temperature of 25 
degrees Celsius; 

"suspended particulate matter" means any solid or 
condensible material carried in the exhaust gases 
from an HMA facility collected and measured by 
standard sampling and analytical methods 
described in the "Source Testing Code" published 
by the Ministry of the Environment. O. Reg. 
469/87, s. 1. 

2. — (1) Except for the period of fifteen minutes 
immediately following start-up, no person responsible 
for an HMA facility shall operate or permit the opera- 
tion of the facility- in such a manner as to emit sus- 
pended particulate matter into the air at a concentra- 
tion in excess of 0.230 grams per cubic metre measured 
dry and undUuted in the exhaust gases and reported at 
reference temperature and reference pressure. 

(2) This section does not apply to an HMA facility 
operating under a certificate of approval issued before 
the 31st day of December, 1985. O. Reg. 469/87, 
s. 2. 



3. Except for a period of fifteen minutes 
immediately following start-up, no person responsible 
j for an HMA facility shall operate or permit the opera- 
j tion of the facility so that visible material including a 
I water plume and fallout of water droplets emitted into 
I the air from the facility impinges on any point beyond 
I the limits of the property on which the facility is 
j located. O. Reg. 469/87, s. 3. 

' 4. No person responsible for an HMA facility shall 
! permit visible solid material emitted from any source 
I other than the facihtx to pass beyond the limits of the 

property on which the facility is located. O. Reg. 

469/87, s. 4. 

I 5. In the event that malfunctioning of an HMA 

! facility or any other operating condition occurs that 

I results in the limits prescribed in section 2, 3 or 4 being 

, exceeded, the person responsible for the facility shall, 

I (a) immediately take all possible steps to 

minimize the extent and duration of the event 
including, when necessary-, reducing the rate 
at which reclaimed asphalt paving is fed to 
the facility; 

(b) immediately notify the Director and furnish 
him or her with particulars of the event; and 

(c) at the eîu'liest opportunity, but not later than 
seven days after the event, furnish the 

' Director with the particulars of the event in 

writing. O. Reg. 469/87, s. 5. 

6. Every person responsible for a portable HMA 
facility^ shall, 

(a) keep a copy of the certificate of approval 
issued for the facility available for inspection 
i at the facility site; and 

(6) give notice of any intended relocation of the 
facility by completing Form 1 and submitting 
it to the Director at least fifteen days before 
the intended relocation. O. Reg. 469/87, 
s. 6. 

7. Regulation 297 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 is revoked. 



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Form 1 

Environmental Protection Act 

PORTABLE HOT MIX ASPHALT FACILITY 
NOTICE OF INTENDED RELOCATION 

1 . Name of company owning and/ or operating portable HMA facility, contact person 
and telephone number. 



2. Certificate of Approval number (please attach copy of certificate) 



3. Proposed location of portable HMA facility (municipality, lot and concession 
number) . Please attach a sketch to show location of nearest residences and 
other land uses within a 500 metre radius, i.e. schools, hospitals, shopping 
centres, senior citizens homes. 



4. Operating Schedule 

(a) Date of commencement and completion of contract 



(b) Days of Operation 



(c) Hours of Operation 



5. (a) Type of portable HMA facility 



(b) 


Rate of Production 




(c) 


Emission control equipment (fabric filter. 


wet scrubber) 


(d) 


Fuel used 





6. Proposed maximum amount of reclaimed asphalt paving (RAP) to be used (i.e. 
maximum percentage in mix 30$, 50$, etc.) 



7. Previous location of HMA facility (last contract site, municipality, lot and 
concession number) 



O. Reg. 469/87, Form 1. 

(2398) 34 

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O. Reg. 470/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 471/87 4525 



Publications Under The Regulations Act 

August 29th, 1987 



SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT 
CORPORATIONS ACT 

O. Reg. 470/87. 
Delegation of Powers. 
Made — August 7 th, 1987. 
Filed— August 10th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 913 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

SMALL BUSINESS 

DEVELOPMENT CORPORATIONS 

ACT 

1.— (1) Subsection 1 (2) of Regulation 
913 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1980, as remade by subsection 1 (1) of 
Ontario Regulation 158/87, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(2) The officers of the Ministr>' of Revenue holding 
the positions of Director of the Motor Fuels and 
Tobacco Tax Branch and Manager, Small Business 
Development Corporations Program, may exercise the 
powers and perform the duties of the Minister under 
the following sections of the .Act: 



1. Subsections 5 (2) and (5). 

2. Subsections 20 (3) and (4). O. Reg. 470/87, 
s. 1 (1). 



(2) Subsection 1 (3) of the said Regulation, 
as remade by subsection 1 (2) of 
Ontario Regulation 158/87, is revoked 
and the following substituted therefor: 

(3) The officers of the Ministry- of Revenue holding 
the positions of Director of the Motor Fuels and 
Tobacco Tax Branch, Manager, Operations and 
Finance of the Motor Fuels and Tobacco Tax Branch 
and Manager, Small Business Development Corpora- 
tions Program, may exercise the powers and perform 
the duties of the Minister under the following sections 
of the Act- 

1. Section 8. 

2. Subsection 17 (3). 

3. Section 27. O. Reg. 470/87, s. 1 (2). 

Robert Ndcon 
Minister of Revenue 

Dated at Toronto, this 7th day of August, 1987. 

(2399) 35 



HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 471/87. 

General. 

Made — August 10th, 1987. 

Filed— August 11th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND REGULATION 452 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS OF ONTARIO, 1980 
MADE UNDER THE HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

1. — (1) The Preamble to Schedule 16 to Regulation 452 of Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980, as remade by section 6 of Ontario Regulation 290/84 and amended by 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 347/85, section 5 of Ontario Regulation 32/86 and 
section 1 of Ontario Regulation 288/86, is revoked and the following substituted there- 
for: 

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4526 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 471/87 

UECBXnFJ mKCOE 



1. The patient docunentation and specimen handling benefit is applicable to all patients, except for 
those items listed mder anatomical pathology, histology and cytology sections. The items in this 
section have been left at a sufficient level to cover any administrative costs. This benefit is not 
applicable to referred in sanples, since the collecting laboratory vill already have claimed the 
patient docunentation and specimen collection benefit. 

2. The biochemistry section has been condensed so that one listing refers to a procedure for any of 
aimiotic fluid (A), blood (B), C.S.F. (C), faeces (F), gastrointestinal fluid (G), urine (U). 
Exceptions are indicated by B, U, etc. , folloving the test name. Other specimens vill be considered 
on an I.C. basis. 

3. A nunber of tests are listed in different sections of the schedule; i.e., where more than one method 
of performii^ the test is available e.g. , Hepatitis B antigen is listed under both Radioassays and 
Inrunology. Assays of ligand type other than isotopic are listed under Biochemistry. 

4. Blood glucose by the dipstick method may .be claimed only when assessed by an appropriate Instnment 
such as a reflectance meter. It should not be claimed when used only as a check on the fasting 
blood sample of a glucose tolerance test. The blood glucose of the fasting sanple in a glucose 
tolerance test is allowable only once even if assessed by twa methods. 

Note: A standard glucose tolerance test for the diagnosis of diabetes mellitus is performed over 2 
hours and includes 5 blood glucose (L104) and one urine glucose determination (I23k). 

If the patient is pregnant, only 4 blood glucose specimens (L103) should be taken at hourly 
intervals. (See CMAJ 126, 473 (1982)). When 5 hour glucose tolerance test is specifically ordered 
the blood glucose mœisurements are to be claimed individually (Ull). Only one L254 may be claimed 
vith a glucose tolerance test. 

5. Code L418 or L417 may not be claimed by a physician in addition to clalm(s) for any treatment or 
assessment. However, Code G481 in Schedule 15 may be claimed by a physician if a hemoglobin screen 
(any method or instnment) is carried out in the course of an office or here visit. Urinalysis 

may be claimed with or without an associated visit to a physician's office (except for screening and 
urinalyses which are not medically necessary). 

6. When a screening cultxire method (e.g., Agar spoon) is used on a urine sample, 1641 refers to a cul- 
ture technique and does not apply to those kits using the nitrite test only. Where a significant 
grovth is obtained and followed up by defixùtive identification methods, L633 or L634 only should be 
claimed. The benefits for L633 or L634 include any necessary microscopic examination of the urine. 
Bbwever urine ejsndnatlcn by «icroscopy neiy be claimpd in addition to L633 or L634 if the referring 
piiysician has specifically ordered tiie former and receives a repeat from tiie laboratory. 

7. Chly those tests which are requested are to be claimed for vith the folloving exceptions. It is 
intended that if the test results yield abnornal findings or information which would be inccoplete, 
insufficient or meanir^less to the referring physician, the medical dlrectpr of a laboratory may add 
further appropriate tests and r^a^m for than vith the knowledge he nay have to substantiate their 
justification. 

8. A test mst be cotrpleted in accordance vith the pertinent schedule listing in order to claim for it. 
The verbatim llstii^ is intended as the definitive benefit for that test alone, uiless othervise 
specified e.g., isoaizymes do not include total enzyme estimation; creatine does include creatinine 
(as specified), ^fetvithstandi^^ the foregoing and recognizing that it is liiçossible to list all 
variations in tednlques of all listed tests, when there is a modification of the usual technique, 
the listing most closely approximating it should be used. 

9. This schedule, vith the exception of L036, lists actual procedures performed. No dala shall be 
made for calculated values aade éuid reported, or for control tests or repeat tests on saoe patient 
saople. 



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O. Reg. 471/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4527 

LABCB/miCr (CDECDC 

10. Creatinine is a justifiable addition in the case of tests on 24-hour urine sanples, where it is 
necessary to assess the sanple as a conplete 2'i-hour collection. However, if several tests (e.g. 
steriods) are done on a single such sanple, only one creatixiine vould be claimed for that sanple. 
In those estimations where the test resvilt is expressed in terms of creatinine excretion the 
performance of a creatinine is mandatory and should be claimed. 

11. It is recognized that in recpjests for a serologic titre, if a screening test is used and would 
suffice, the lesser benefit for the screening test should be claimBd. If positive and followed by 
serial titration, both the screening and titre fees should be claimed. If the titration is a micro 
technique usiiig plates, it is the equivalent of a tube titre, the wells being miniature tubes. 

12. When a test for trichomonas identification (any method) is carried out in association with L625 or 
L627, vet preparation (LÉ53) may be claimed in addition. L653 nsy be claimed when a Uet Preparation 
is used for direct examination of a fresh specimai for vegetative amoebae or similar parasites. 
However, the wet preparation used in the faeces concentration technique for parasites and ova is 
included in 1650. 

Ihe conditions set down in paragraph 7 of this preamble nust be adhered to. 

13. It is recognized that in all laboratory tests there is a professional conponent. 

14. The maximim number of units which can be claimed for any combination of LA18 (Hemoglobin), LA17 
(Hematocrit), L399 (UBC(LKS) Couit) and L397 (RflC[E»C] Count) is 11 units per patient per day, 
whether automated, semi-automated or manual methods are used. L700 is not included in this total 
and should be claimed separately, if appropriate. Laboratories using nultichannel equipment should 
use individual codes as described above. 

15. The maximLHi nunber of uiits which can be claimed for any combination of the tests represented by the 
following codes will be 40 LMS inits per patient per day: 

IJD05 L045 IJ061 Ull U94 1206 L223 L226 L252 
IJ030 L053 1J067 U91 L204 L222 L225 L251 

Ihe maximun of 40 units applies on a per patient basis, regardless of the nunber of specimens sub- 
mitted and regardless of the nunber of lat»ra tories involved in performing the individual tests. 
Code L700 is not included in this maximun and should be claimed separately if appropriate. 

16. The maximun nunber of units which may be claimed for any combination of chemical analyses performed 
on a single sanple by means of an automated chemical analyzer with simultaneously functioning 
charnels is 18 LMS units (L225). 

17. Ihe following preamble applies to the blood bank section: 

(a.) L471 Antibody Identification - inccoplete antibodies. A panel of any nunber of cells 

regardless of suspending media or technique used. Preparation of eluate and/or antibody absorption 

is included. 

(b.) L472 Antibody Identification - conplete antibodies. A panel of any rusàier of cells for the 

identification of conplete antibodies by direct agglutination. 

(c.) LÀ73 Parallel Titration - New code to be used when two sequential patient serun specimens are 

tested to detect a change in antibody titre. Includes a repeat antibody identification on the 

current sanple. 

(d.) L490 Blood Group - ABO and RH (D). The subgroups of A and RH)" 'are included \*ere indicated.' 

A direct AHGT is also included in £A90 therefore, L495 may not be charged on the same patient when 

this code is claimed. 

(e.) L492 Crossmatch. When an initial crosanatch is requested the appropriate claim is for LA90 x 

1, L482 x 1 plus L492 for each uiit ordered. LA90 and L482 may not be claimed more than once on the 

same day of service. LA90 and L493 may not be claimed when these procedures are carried out as a 

confirmatory test on the mits of blood to be transfused. 

(f.) L493. This code includes L490 (see preamble d.) and Rh genotype to include the antigens C, D, 

E, c, e, and D" when indicated. Any other antigen is to be claimed under L494. 

(g. ) L494 Blood (îroup per antigen. Antigens stated in L493 and L490 are excluded from this code. 

(h.) LA95 Direct AHGT - can be used when ordered as a single procedure, or in addition to L482 when 

the latter is requested as a single procedure. LA95 may not be claimed when L490 or l>i93 is claimed 

with IA82 on the same patient on the same visit. 



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18. Antibiotic sensitivities should not be dene routinely, but only vhen, by reason of its identifica- 
tion and/or its concentration, the isolated organism has a high probability of being pathogenic. 
L621 applies to all routine antibiotic sensitivity testing regardless of the method used and 
including KIC determination by manual kit or automated methodologies. 

19. The use of Nlckersons Hediun as a screening test for yeast is not a benefit. 

20. The carcinoembrycnic antigen test (ŒA) L690 is not to be used as a gaverai cancer screen. It is to 
be used only for foiloving established oHlignancies. 

21. This preamble is intended to apply to everyone using codes L700, LDOl to L731 and L900 to L944. 

22. Fees for laboratory medicine testing are not refundable (in whole or in part) to the referring 
physician or referring laboratory by the laboratory performing the tests. 

23. The benefits for patient docunentation and specimen collection and each test are calculated by 
multiplying the individual L.M.S. Uhit values by 48.3 cents. 

2A. Laboratory tests en specljnens sent outside Ontario are not a benefit of the Plan. 

25. Secondary Laboratories receiving specinens for additional (secondary) tests from another Laboratory 
that nonmlly would be claimed as L303, L319, L500 or L544 should be claimed as L903, L919, L900 or 
L944 respectively. 

26. When a pregnancy test is requested, 1655 should be performed. L318 should only be performed, when 
H.C.G. or Beta suh-uiits are specifically requested by Ûie referring pl^ysician. 



(2) The said Schedule 16 is amended by adding after 

L181 Occult blood 3 

on page 1167, 

L044 Organic acid profile (by GC-MS) 200 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on the 1st day of April, 1987. 

3. A reference in this Regulation to any page number is a reference to that page (foot 
pagination) in The Ontario Gazette dated the 19th day of May, 1984. 

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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



4529 



HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

O. Reg. 472/87. 

General. 

Made— August 10th, 1987. 

Filed— August 11th, 1987. 



REGULATION TO AMEND 

REGULATION 452 OF 

REVISED REGULATIONS 

OF ONTARIO, 1980 

MADE UNDER THE 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

1. Subsection 59 (1/) of Regulation 452 of 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, 
as made by section 1 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 745/86, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 

(1/) The amount payable by the Plan for an insured 
service rendered by a physician outside Ontario to an 
insured person on or after the 1st day of Januar>-, 1987 
and before the 1st day of April, 1987 is the lesser of, 

(fl) the amount actually billed by the physician; 
or 

(b) the amount set out opposite the service in 
Schedule 15 as it existed on the 10th day of 
August, 1987 or 48.3 cents multiplied by the 
applicable individual unit value for such ser- 
vice set out opposite the service in Schedule 
16, as the case may be. 

(Im) The amount payable by the Plan for an 
insured service rendered by a physician outside 
Ontario to an insured person on or after the 1st day of 
April, 1987 is the lesser of. 



(a) the amount actually billed by the physician; 



(6) the amount set out opposite the service in 
Schedule 15 or 48.3 cents multiphed by the 
applicable individual unit value for such ser- 
vice set out opposite the service in Schedule 
16, as the case may be. O. Reg. 472/87, 
s. 1. 



Subsection 67 (2m) of the said Regula- 
tion, as made by section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 745/86, is revoked and the 
following substituted therefor: 



(2m) The amount payable by the Plan for an 
insured service rendered by a physician in Ontario to 
an insured person on or after the 1st day of Januar>', 
1987 and before the 1st day of April, 1987 is the 
amount set out opposite the service in Schedule 15 as it 
existed on the 10th day of August, 1987 or 48.3 cents 
multiplied by the indi\idual applicable unit value for 
such service set out opposite the service in Schedule 
16, as the case may be. 



(2n) The amount payable by the Plan for an insured 
service rendered by a physician in Ontario to an 
insured person on or after the 1st day of April, 1987 is 
the amount set out opposite the service in Schedule IS 
or 48.3 cents multiplied by the individual applicable 
unit value for such service set out opposite the service 
in Schedule 16, as the case may be. O. Reg. 472/87, 
s. 2. 



Schedule 15 to the said Regulation, as 
remade by section 3 of Ontario Regu- 
lation 745/86, is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted therefor: 



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Schedule 15 

Schedule of Benefits 

PREAMBLE 

A. Gaieial 

1. The rates listed in this Schedule of Benefits are the maxunum payments \iMch can be made by the 
Ontario Health Insurance Plan. 

2. Insured medical services are limited to the services vMch are medically necessary, which are listed 
in this Schedule of Benefits and which are not specifically excluded by legislation or regulaticxi. 
(See Appexiix A for list of specific exclusions). 

3. Additions, deletions or other modifications of the Schedule of Benefits require reconmendation by the 
Ontario Health Insurance Plan. Such reconmendations are made in consul tatiai with the Ontario 
Medical Association. 

4. This Schedule is a public document and frank, discussion with patients regarding the listed rates is 

reconmaxied. 

5. Claims for services which are not listed in the Schedule or which are listed as N.A.B. (not a 
benefit) or which are excluded as boiefits by legislaticxi or regulation should not be submitted to 
the Plan. Such services may be charged directly to patients or others requesting them. 

6. The principles governing proper professional charges are incorporated in the Regulations (Medicine) 
of the Health Disciplines Act. 

7. Each physician v^ participates in the care of a patient is entitled to compensaticxi conmensurate 
with the services he/she raiders. 

8. Whenever possible, the physician should acquaint the patient or person financially responsible with 
their obligations to those concerned with their care. This is particularly important v^iere 
supportive or ccxicurrent care is rendered or when a ccxisultation and/or procedure are being arranged. 

9. Each physician participating in the care of a patient should render to the patient, or to the 
financially responsible party, an itemized statement of charges for professional services. 

10. Each physician participating in the care of a patioit should, on request, send a receipt to the 
patient for all payments made by him/her. 

11. If fees are collected by an organized group, the name of the physician rendering the service should 
be clearly shown on the bill or claim card. 

12. Claims may be submitted for services which a patient receives from the team of staff physician, 
resident, intern and clerk in a teaching unit, provided that the conditions as set out hereunder 
apply. 

On October 10, 1972, the Minister of Health ccxifirmed that the joint recoranaxiations of the College 
and the O.M.A. governing the charging of fees for services provided hy interns and residents in 
clinical teaching units are acceptable to the Ministry of Health. In his letter the Minister made it 
ver/ clear that he is looking to the College and the Medical Schools to ensure that the ethical rules 
governing these billing proœdures are followed meticulously in all cases. 

It has been carefully explained that the responsible staff physician must be present in the clinical 
teaching unit at the time the services are rendered and must be identified to the patioit at the 
earliest possible moment. No fees are to be charged for services given by the intern or resident 
prior to this identification taking place. The following rules are now in effect :- 

When patient care is reidered in a clinical teaching unit or other setting for clinical teaching by a 
health care team, the physician responsible shall be personally identified to the patient. The 
physician's relationship to the team shall be defined by the clinical teaching unit Director and 
his/her role must be known to the patient and other members of the team. He/she shall assume full 
responsibility for the appropriateness and the quality of the services reidered. 



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HEAtBE 

Specific regulations must vary vith the service and form of care being delivered :- 

(a) In order to claim for physical procedures being carried out by an intern or resident, the 
responsible staff physician must be in the clinical teaching mit and imnediately available to 
intervene. 

(b) In psychotherapy where the presence of the stsiff physician would distort the psychotherapy 
milieu, it is appropriate for the staff physician to claim for psychotherapy when a record of 
the interview is carefully reviewed with the resident and the procedure thus supervised. 
However, the time charged by the staff physician may not exceed the total time spent by him/her 
in both such interview and direct supervision. 

(c) In other departments or services, the staff physician should only claim for visits on the days 
when actual supervision of that patient's care takes place through the presence of that staff 
physician in the clinical teaching mit on that day. This, of course, involves a physical visit 
to the patient and/or a chart review vith detailed discussion with the other member (s) of the 
health team. 

(d) In those situations where on a regular basis a staff mentier might supervise concurrently 
multiple procedures or services through the use of other members of the team, the total claims 
made by the staff physician shall not exceed the anxxnt that the staff physician might make in 
the absence of the other members of the team. 

Any claim rendered should be in the name of the responsible staff physician. 

13. Charges for missed appointments are not benefits of CHIP. 
B. Terns and Definiticns: 

Pall or Visit: is the service by a physician to a patient for assessment and/or treatment. 

1. Gcnsultations: 

(a) A ccnsultaticn refers to the situation where a physician, in li^t of his/her professional 
knowledge of the patient, requests the opinion of another physician competent to give advice in 
this field, because of the complexity, obscurity or seriousness of the case or because another 
opinion is requested by the patient or an authorized person acting on his/her behalf. The 
consultant is obliged to perform a general or specific assessment, review the laboratory or 
other data and submit his/her findings, opinions and recomnendations in writing to the referring 
physician. 

(b) If a consultant is requested by a physician on duty in the emergency department to see a patient 
in consultation, the former may charge a consultation fee for this service. If the consultant 
is requested to perform this same service by a resident or intern, the former may charge a 
general or specific assessment according to his/her specialty. 

(c) For laboratory and procedural benefits connected vith consultations, see listings of Diagnostic 
and Therapeutic Procedures and Laboratory Medicine. 

(d) A consultation is not to be claimed as such when: 

(i) The patient presents him/herself to a consultant's office without prior knowledge of the 

primary physician. 

The sending of a report to the primary physician under these circunstances does not justify 

a consultation, 
(ii) The primary pt^ician is not asked for professional advice but is sinçly asked by the 

patient for the name a specialist in a particular field and the patient seeks out the 

specialist him/herself. 

(e) A reiKat axisultation requires all of the criteria of a full consultation and implies interval 
care by the primary physician. The situation in which the consultant requests the patient to 
return for a later examination is not a repeat consultation. 

(f) A limited consultaticn may involve all the confxnents of a full consultation but is less 
demanding, and in terms of time, normally requires substantially less of the physician's time 
than the full consultation. 

(g) A diagiostic tadiolagy consultation applies when radiographs made elsewhere are referred to a 
radiologist for his/her written opinion or when a radiologist is required to make a special 
visit at Night (5:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.) or Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays to consult on the 
advisability of perfomiing a diagnostic radiological procedure which eventually is not done. A 
consultation does not apply when the i^diographs referred to above are used for comparison 
purposes with radiographs made in the consultant's facilities. 



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EREAMBLE 

(h) A diagnostic laboratory medicine ccnsultation applies v^ien tissue, slides, and/or specimens are 
referred to a second laboratory medicine physician not in the same institution for a written 
opinion. It does not apply when the above are used for comparison with tissue, slides, 
materials or tests done in the ccHisultant's facilities. When a diagnostic laboratory medicine 
consultation fee is claimed, surgical pathology fees may not also be claimed. 

(i) A laboratory medicine consultation or repeat ccnsultation applies when a laboratory medicine 
physician is requested to examine a patient and provide a written opinicxi. 

(j) A diagnostic luclear medicine consultation applies when nuclear medicine studies are referred to 
a nuclear medicine specialist for a writtai opinion, or whai the nuclear medicine physician is 
required to make a special visit at Night (5:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.) or Saturdays, Sundays and 
Holidays to consult on the advisability of perfomdng a nuclear medicine procedure which 
eventually is not done. A consultation does not apply when procedures done elsewhere are used 
for comparison purposes with nuclear medicine stixiies made in the consultant's facilities. 

(k) A nuclear medicine ccnsultation or repeat consultation applies vtei a nuclear medicine 

specialist is requested to examine a patient and provide a written opinion, all of which takes a 
greater amount of time and effort than a nuclear medicine study would normally require. It may 
be done in conjunction with a nuclear medicine stxidy but if so, the lesser professional fee 
(P^) rather than the greater fee (P^^) should be claimed in addition to the technical fee (T). 

(1) Some nuclear medicine specialists have other specialist qualifications vMch allow them to claim 
another consultation (e.g. internal medicine). A nuclear medicine consultation or repeat 
consultatioi may be claimed in lieu of another consultation (e.g. internal medicine) but would 
not be combined with such a ccnsultation by the same consultant. 

(m) A prenatal (xnsultation by a paediatrician éqjplies vhgn a physician considers a foetus of 
greater than 20 weeks gestation to be at risk or in jeopardy by reason of continuation of 
pregnancy in the presence of maternal and/or foetal distress, and requests the opinion of a 
paediatrician competent to give advice in this field. The paediatrician shall perform a general 
or specific assessment, review laboratory and other ciata and submit his/her findings and 
reconmenclations in writing to the referring physician. Such a consultation does not pre<J.ude 
the paediatrician from a post-natal consultation on the infant. 

(n) A specùal surgical consultation may apply when a surgeon provides all the components of a 

regular ccnsultation but is recjuired to spend at least fifty minutes with the patient (exclusive 
of any tests) in consultation because of the very corrplex, obscure or serious nature of the 
problem. The surgeon should claim $100.70 for special consultations on an I.C. basis (A935). 
See paragraph B.32. 

(o) An snecgSKy physician consultation applies when a patient is referred by another physician 
(other than an E.R. physician in the sane hospital) v^ has seen and examined the patient and 
recjuested the opinion of an emergency room physician because of the conplexity, obscurity or 
seriousness of the case. Ihe consultant shall perform the necessary assessment, review the 
laboratory, x-ray or other data and submit his findings, opinions and recomnendations in writing 
to the referring physician. A copy of the E.R. chart does not constitute a consultation report. 
This consultation is not chargeable for the routine transfer of care to the E.R. nor for the 
provision of treatment for a previously diagnosed conditicxi. It does not apply to patients who 
present themselves to the E.R. or are brought by people acting on their behalf. It is 
anticipated that these consultât icxis will replace some of the ccxisultations that would otherwise 
be provided by consultants in other branches of medicine. If the ccnsultation leads to 
admission to hospital, no separate fee is chargeable for the admission assessment by the same 
physician. The ccnsultation fee for a specialist in emergency medicine (F.R.C.P.) is $61.90 
(H055); for all others, $37.20 (H065). 

Note: CHIP benefits for consultations noniHlly are limited to one consultation per year, per 
patient, by any one physician. However, if the same patient is referred to the same consultant 
a second time within the year with a clearly defined unrelated diagnosis, one additional 
consultation may be claimed per year. 

2. General Assesanent: shaill comprise a full history, an enquiry into, and an examination of all parts 
or systems (and may include a detéiiled examination of one or more parts or systems), an appropriate 
record, and advice to the patient.* 

CHIP baiefits for gaieral assessments normally are limited to one per year per patient by any one 
physician. However, if the same patient presents again within the year to the same physician with a 
clearly defined unrelated diagnosis, one additional geieral assessment may be claimed per year. In 
the case of a patient who proceeds normally to hospital, the admitting physician may claim one 
additional general assessment per year provided 90 days have elapsed since the last gaiercil 
assessment rendered (airyv^iere) to that patient by the admitting physician. If the patient doesn't 
qualify for a general assessmait by the admitting physician, he may claim a general re-assessment. 



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FREAfCLE 

3. Gaietal Re-Assesanait: shall coiprise the same services as a general assessment except that the 
history need not include all the detail already obtained in the original general assessment.* 
OHEP benefits for general re-assessments, except for hospital adnissicn re-assessments, are limited 
to tvo per year, per patient, by any one physician. 

4. Specific Assesanent: shall conprise a full history of the presenting conplaint, enquiry concerning, 
and detailed examination of the affected part, region or syst€m(s), as needed to make a diagnosis, 
and/or exclude disease and/or assess function, an appropriate record, and advice to the patient.* 
(This may vary among sections.) 

Physicians qualified in two specialties (EINT for exanple) may only claim for one visit, e.g.: a 
consultation (if referred) or a specific assessment (if non-referred), if both systems are examined 
during the same visit. However, tvo consultations or tvo specific assessments, etc. way be claimed 
if both systems are examined, each on a separate visit. 

OHTP benefits for specific assessments normally are limited to one per year, per patient, by any 
one physician. Hovever, if the same patient presents again vithin the year to the same physician 
vith a clearly defined inrelated diagnosis, one additional specific assessment may be claimed per 
year. 

5. Specific He-Assesanait: shall comprise a full relevant history and a comprehensive physical 
examination of one or more systems but not requiring an evaluation of the patient as a \4iole.* This 
service is the admission assessment when the patient has been seen prior to acbnission in the same 
illness. It is included in the surgical fee except for those procedures marked I. O.P. 

6. ï^tial Assesanent: shall comprise a history of the presenting cooplaint, the necessary physical 
examination, an appropriate record and advice to the patient. It also applies to subsequent visits 
for assessing the response to treatment and/or advice provided in a previous service.* 

7. Intenediate Assesanent; is a primEiry care service for physicians providing general practice or 
paediatric services and is a more extensive assesanent than a minor assessment. It shall comprise a 
history of the presenting conplaint(s), enquiry concerning and examination of the affected part(s), 
region(s), or system(s) or mental or emotional disorder as needed to make a diagnosis, exclude 
disease and/or assess function, an appropriate record, and advice to the patient.* 

8. (tiltiple Systens AssesaKnt: shall conprise a detailed history and examination of more than one 
system, part or region, an appropriate record and advice to the patient.* 

9. Minor Assesaaoit: is a visit which involves a direct doctor-patient interaction at which either or 
both of the following are provided and an appropriate record made of the visit: 

(a) a brief assessment which includes the necessary history and examination of the ciffected part or 
region or mental or emotional disorder; 

(b) brief advice or information regarding health naintenance, diagnosis, treatment and/or prognosis. 

lO.Hini Assesanent: applies when a physician examines and/or treats a patient for a conpletely unrelated 
problem in addition to the examination/treatment of a W.C.B. related problem (for which the V.C.B. 
will only pay a minor assessment) during the same office visit. The fee for the mini assessment is 
$7.40 (AOOe).* 

11. Be-Assesanent (by physician cti duty in the BnergaKy DepartiDent): one re-assessment may be charged 
when, at least tvo hours after the original assessment is conpleted (including appropriate 
investigation and necessary treatment), a subsequent assesanent indicates that further provision of 
care and/or investigation is required and performed. Re-assessments are not to be claimed for 
discharge assessments nor when the patient is adndtted by the physician on duty in the Einergency 
Department, nor when this assesanent leads directly to referral for consultation. 

12. Well Baby Care: the periodic visits of a veil baby during the first tvo years of life involving 
complete examination vith necessary vei^t and measurements and instriKtions to the parent(s) 
regarding health care. 

*For laboratory and other investigation performed in conjinction with a consultation or visit, see 
Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures and Laboratory Medicine. 



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PREAMBLE 

13. Anual Health or Anual Riysical BxaDdnation (Indudiiig Priinary and Secondary School Bxanination): 

shall comprise cill the elements of a general assessment as it pertains to an individual cifter the 
second birthday who presents and reveals no apparent physical or mental illness. 

OHIP benefits for any one physician are limited to one Annual Health Examination per patient per year 
after the second birthdate. To qualify, an Annual Health Examination nonnally must be requested by 
the patient rather than a third party. Regulation 452 of Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980 under 
the Health Insurance Act, examinations for the purpose of "legal requirements or proceedings" are 
excluded from coverage. However, it is recognized that an annual Health Examination will satisfy 
some or all of the requiremaits for examinations required by statute but excluded by the above 
mentioned Regulation. In such instances and where a prior claim for an AnnucLL Health Examination has 
not been submitted to the Plan in the previous twelve maiths for that patient, it would be 
appropriate to submit a claim to OHIP for this service. The OHIP benefit in these cases covers the 
Annual Health Examination only and not any chai:ges peculiar to the legal requirements, such as 
charges for the completion of forms. 

lA. Long Term Institutioial Care: includes the listings for consultations, assessments and other visits 
to patients in chronic care hospitals, convalescent hospitals, nursing homes and other institutions 
in which such patients are covered by extended care legislation. 
Admission Assessments to Long Term Care Institutions: 

Type 1 - applies when the admitting physician has not performed a consultation, general assessment 
or general re-assessment prior to admission and when he/she carries out a general assessment (on 
admission) and provides a report for the medical record. 

TVpe 2 - applies when the admitting physician has perfonned and claimed for a consultation, 
general assessment or general re-assessment prior to admission, makes an initicil visit and records 
an admission note describing the condition of the patient following admission. 

T^pe 3 - applies when the admitting physician readmits a patient after a 3 day stay in another 
institution; the admitting physician sheill carry out a general re-assessment and provide a report 
for the medical record- 
Note: When a physician already is in the institution and is asked to assess one of his/her own 
in-patients on a non-emergent or an emergent basis, the subsequait visit listings apply. However, if 
he/she is asked to assess another physician's patient cxi an emergency basis, the G^ieral Listings 
should be used. 

15. Si±sequent Visits to ling Tenn Care Institutions: include the supervisory care as well as the active 
treatment of acute intercurrent illness v^ien the physician is already in the long term care 
institution. The supervisory care component includes discussion with the patient and/or family 
and/or examinatiai of the patient and also includes as required, discussion with the nurse, chart 
review and annotation of the chart. When acute intercurrent illness requires a special visit, the 
appropriate fees under General Listings and Premiuns apply. For acute intercurrent illnesses 
requiring visits after the monthly maximums have been claimed, extra visits should be made on an I.C. 
basis (W121 - $14.90). 

16. Pre-dental General Assessnent: is the history and examination of a patient required prior to dental 
surgery under anaesthesia in hospital. A diagnosis is not required by OECP for this service. 

17. Nofbotn Care: is the routine care of a well baby up to ten days of age and should include a complete 
physical examination of the baby and necessary instructions to the mother. The service shall involve 
at least two visits; but way involve only cne visit if the hospital stay is less than 24 hours and 
normally may not be claimed for the same patient by more than one physician. 

When a well baby is transferred to another hospital (because of the mother's state of health, for 
exanple) claims for newborn care by a physician at each hospital may be appropriate. 

18. Low Birth Uei^t Baby Care: is the care of a baby weighing less that 2.5 kilograms at birth. 

19. Psychotherapy: is any form of treatment for moital illness, bdiavioural maladaptations, and/or other 
problems that are assumed to be of an emotional nature, in which a physician deliberately establishes 
a professional relationship with a patient for the purposes of removing, modifying, or retarding 
existing symptoms, or attenuating or reversing disturbed patterns of bâiaviour, and of promoting 
positive personality growth and development. Accordingly, therefore, a psychotherapeutic procedure 
may be claimed if a half hour or major part thereof has been spent by a physician in such 



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WEHOE 

treatment of the patient. The minirn.in time period for psydutherapy (to be diarged as such) is 
twenty minutes. In order to claim for a major portion of a second or subsequent time interval of 
psychotherapy for the same patient during the sa me visit, the preceding time interval must be a full 
30 niinutes of psyd» therapy. When psychotherapy extends beyond thirty minutes, the major part (16 
minutes) of the next half hour must be spent vith the patient to qualify for an additional half hour 
fee. Similarly, after one hour of psychotherapy, the major part (16 minutes) of the next half hour, 
must be spent to qualify for an cdditional half hour, and so on. 

20. (a)auiselIinK (R)13): 

Is distinct from psychotherapy, aid is that form of activity in \Mch the physician engages in an 
educational dialogue vdth the patient(s), on an individual or group basis vherein the goal of the 
physician and patient(s) is to becane a«ere of the patients' (ursblens or situation and of modalities 
for prevention and/or t r eatment. Comselling is not to be riaimpri for the advice that is a normal 
part of any consultation or assessnent, or for ongoing treatment. Comselling sessions must be 
rendered personally, by the attending physician. 
If the couiselling session is less thai 20 adiutes, ttie aççKxçciatB assessaoit fee ^lould be daÏBed. 

20 (b)Transplait Onnselling (R014): 

Includes comseUing of recipient, dcnor oc appropriate famly DaÈer(s) of recipient or donor, aid 
the presentation of adequate clinical data to aoble the peisQn(s) conoémed to mke and infoia 
decisions regarding oi;^i transplantation. Ihis may only be Haiirri ^tai txansplaitation/donation is 
iminent. 

20. (c)GoiJnselIing of Relatives on behalf of a I^tient (K015): 

Is distinct frcm peychotha^py and is that fooÊ of activity in «tiich the physiciai aigagiES in an 
educational dialogue vith the relative(s), on an individual or grou|> basis «here the goal of the 
physician and relative(s) is to beoooe auare of the modalities for tieutwnt and/or {sxjgnosis. 
Counselling nust be rendered personally by the attending physician. It oust be a booked, separate 
appointment in the office and billed inler the patiait's CHIP niBèer. It only applies to rétives 
of catastrophically ch: tenninEilly ill patients. 

21. Genetic Counselling: includes interviewing the appropriate family members, the collection and 
assessment of adequate clinical and genetic data to make a diagnosis, construct a pedigree and assess 
the risks to persons seeking advice. It includes inçarting this information and the various 
alternatives to the appropriate family menters for dealing vith the problem in such a vay that they 
can make informed decisions about the genetic problem. ComseUing nust be rendered perscnally by 
the attending physician. 

22. Docunentation: when a physician examines or treats a patient, an appropriate record of such servdce 
should be made. (See Appendix B). 

23. Visit for Procedure: v/hen the sole reason for an office visit is the performance of a certain 
procedure, the listed benefit for the procedure vill apply (See Diagnostic and Therapeutic 
Procedures Preamble for exceptions). When procedures are carried out in the office, emergency or 
outpatient department, on an elective basis, special visit fees should not be riaimpd in addition to 
the procedural fee. When procedure(s) are carried out by a physician's enployee(s), inder the direct 
supervision of the physician in his/her office, the usual claims may be made for procedure(s) which 
are generally and historically accepted as those which may be Ccunried out by the nurse or other 
medical assistant in the enplqy of the physician. "Procedures" in this context do not include such 
services as assessments, consultations, psychotherapy, counselling, etc. Direct supervision requires 
that, during the procedure, the physician be physically present in the office or clinic at ^Mch the 
service is rendered.** While this does not preclude thie physician from being othervise occupied 
he/^ie must be in personal attendance to ensure that procedures are being performed conpetently and 
he/she must at all times be available immediately to approve, modify or othervise intervene in a 
procedure as required in the best interests of the patient. 

For Hiysical Medicine procedures performed on the physician's cm patient inder direct 
supervision as detaiiled above, see Code G467 listed in Diagnostic & Therapeutic Procedures - Riysical 
Medicine. 

** Some procedures may note require the physical [nresenoe of a physician for adequate supervision. 
Bcc^tions to this requirement of direct supervision may be made upon recomnendation of the Ontario 
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24. Bealth Bxandnation: tMs nay vary in extent according to the purpose for which it is required (e.g. 
pre-emplpyment , insurance, free from infectiai, etc.). This is not a benefit of (HEP and the fee 
should be according to the type of assessment necessary for this purpose and billed to the patient or 
party requesting the service. 

25. /^: (unless otherwise specified) 
Newborn - up to 10 days of age. 
Infant - up to 2 years. 

Child - up to and including 15 years. 
Adolescent - up to and including 17 years. 
Adult - 18 years or over. 

26. Most Re^xnsible Hiysician: is the attending physician vho is primarily responsible for the day to 
day care of the patient in hospital. In cases of unusual severity vAïere the consultant assunes the 
role of the most responsible physician, the consultant may claim on a per visit basis and the family 
physician may claim supportive care. Where the family physician remains the most responsible 
physician and requests only a consultation, the family physician may claim on a per visit basis and 
the consultant may claim a consultation oily. 

27. Transferal and Referral: 

(a) A referral takes place when one physician requests for his/her patient the services of another. 
The services of the latter may consist of: 

(i) an opinion (i.e. a coisultation) . 

(ii) diagnostic tests or procedures (e.g. skin test, biopsy, etc.). 
Note: In such cases the referring physician continues to treat the case him/herself, 
(iii) treatment (surgical or medical). 
The referring physician's CHIP registratioi nunber must be included on the claim submission. 

(b) A transferal, as distinguished from a referral, takes place where the responsibility for the 
care of the patient is completely transferred permanently or temporarily, from one physician to 
another (e.g. where the first physician is leaving temporarily on holidays and unable to 
continue to treat the case). E^sicians who are substituting for other physicians should 
ccxisider that patients of the latter have been temporarily transferred (not referred) to their 
care. The physician to v^xm the patient is transferred should be regarded as substituting for 
the other physician. Where the care of the patient involves a benefit ccxitaining several 
conponents such as surgery, the physicians may caisider the surgical benefit a team benefit and 
decide among themselves how each is to be conpensated; traditicrally physicians in these 
circumstances have reciprocated by exchanges of coverage for each other. When physicians 
routinely or frequently substitute for each other in providing hospital visits to registered bed 
patients in active treatment hospitals, e.g. wedcend coverage or daily rounds by various members 
of a group, the most responsible physician may claim for all the visits. 

28. Concurrent Care: applies v*ien the family physician remains the most responsible physician but 
because of the seriousness or complexity of the condition, requests continued directive care by a 
consultant. The family physician may claim on a per visit basis and the consultant may also claim on 
a per visit basis not to exceed four such claims during the first week of concurrent care and not to 
exceed two such claims each wedc thereafter while the patient's condition remains serious - this 
arrangement being agreeable to both physicians. 

29. Ftiltidisciplinary Care: applies v^ien the complexity of the medical condition requires the services 
of several physicians in different disciplines. In such cases, each physician should render a 
separate account on a per visit basis. This does not refer to a situation where a single benefit for 
a team of physicians is listed in this Schedule. 

30. Supportive Care: is the care rendered in hospital by the referring physician, who is not actively 
treating the case (e.g. writing orders), to a patient under the care of another physician, at the 
desire of the patient or family, for purposes of liaison or reassurance. The physician may claim for 
this care on a per visit basis not to exceed four such claims during the first wieek of supportive 
care (determined by the date of the first supportive care visit) and not to exceed two such claims 
each wedc thereafter. If medical conplications develop or are present in the post-operative period 
which require active management by the referring physician, hospital medical care fees should be 
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31. Tetndnal Care : applies to one designated physician responsible for the care of a terminally ill 
patient suffering from malignant disease. Terminal care will be deemed to start when there is no 
aggressive treatment of the underlying disease process and care is directed to maintaining the 
comfort of the patient imtil death occurs. Terminal care should be claimed retroactively «if ter death 
on the basis of visits actually rendered for a period not to exceed four weeks prior to death. 
Terminal care visit fees as described above do not apply when unexpected death occurs after prolonged 
hospitalization for another diagnosis unrelated to the cause of death. Visits to patients in 
hospital may be claimed at $14.90 (C882) biy general and family practitioners and at $16.30 (C982) by 
specicilists. For patients receiving terminal care in chronic hospitals, the above fees should be 
claimed with codes U882 and W982 respectively and in Nursing Bobes and Hame»f(»: Aged the above fees 
^Kuld be rlaimpH with codes UB72 and W72 respectively. 

32. Indepaident Gcnsideration - "I.C": Independent consideration may be given where a set fee is not 
listed in the Fee Schedule. Claims rendered inder this heading dxxild contain an explanation of the 
fee claimed. It is helpful to the Medical Consultant if claims for I.C. include an operative or 
consultation report and a conçarison of the scope and difficulty of the procedure with other 
procedures in the Schedule. 

33. Specialist: A specialist shall be defined (for purposes of application in the case of any given 
service within this Schedule) as one who holds a certificate from The Royal College of Pliysicians and 
Surgeons of Canada in the specialty which normally is considered to enconçass the service in 
question. 

A specialist rendering services outside of his specialty should use the codes and tariffs listed 
in the General Practice section of the Schedule. 

34. DiffoQitial Baiefits: 

(a) Procedural fees apply to any physician rendering the services regardless of specialty. 

(b) Specialists providing primary care in a general practice setting shall claim the appropriate 
visit fees (as defined in the Preamble) listed inder the heading Family Practice aiid ftiactice in 
General. Certain other non specialist services such as couiselling and interviews are under the 
same heading for the use of any physician providing such services. 

(c) Specialists in paediatrics who practice allergy may claim specialist fees for their allergy 
services regardless of the age of their patients. 

35. Referring Riysician's Services: 

(a) For the services rendered prior to the operation, the referring physician should claim on a 
fee-for-service basis, for example: 

(i) Visits as rendered. 

(ii) In addition to (i) above, in acute cases if detained, the physician may claim detention 
fees if appropriate. See Preamble paragraph B.45 

(b) (i) For services rendered as an assistant during the operation, the referring physician should 

claim an assistant's fee. 
(ii) In cases in which the referring physician is required to be present in the interest of the 
patient but does not actually assist at the surgical procedure, he/she should claim on a 
hospital visit basis for this service. 

(c) For the services rendered after the operation, the referring physician may claim on the basis of 
supportive care fees as outlined in the schedule. 

36. Assistants' Services: 

(a) The assistants' fees are determined by adding the listed basic units and time units and 
multiplying the total nunber of units by $9.21. For clLI cases conmencing after 5:00 p.m. and 
before micfriight or on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, increase the total assistant's fee by ^Π
(E^OOB). For all cases conmencing after midnight and before 7:00 a.m. any nigjit of the vAeek, 
increase the total assistant's fee by 50^ (E^IB). 

(b) When a physician is required to make a special visit to the hospital to assist at surgery, 
he/she may charge a special visit premium of $31.05 (C998B) for a case conmencing after 5:00 
p.m. and before midnight or on Satunkys, Sundays and Holidays or $46.65 (C999B) for a case 
conmencing after midnight and before 7:00 a.m. any night of the week. These premiuns are in 
addition to the E400 and VA/Ol premiums but apply only to the first patient treated on each 
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(c) The time units are computed by allowing one unit ($9.21) for each 15 minutes or part thereof of 
time (up to tvo hours) spent by the assistant. When assisting for more than two hours per case, 
time units for periods in excess of two hours are computed by allofwing two units for each 15 
minutes or part thereof. Time for purposes of these calculations includes soub time and time 
spent in the operating room. If claims are being made in coded form (see explanatory comnents at 
front of Fee Schedule), the suffix B should be added to the fee code for the procedure. The 
basic units should be listed separately from the time units on the claim card. 

(d) Whai multiple or bilateral surgical procedures are done during the same anaesthetic, the 
assistant's benefit shall be based on the basic units for the major procedure plus time. When 
bilateral procedures or surgical revisions are carried out at sepeirate times with separate 
anaesthetics, the assistant shall be entitled to receive a full assistant's benefit for each 
procedure. 

(e) In surgical procedures requiring more than one assistant, the second assistant shall compute 
his/her fee on the same basis as the first assistant. Each claim for second assistant should be 
accompanied by a statement from the operating surgeon confirming the necessity for his/her 
services. 

(f) When a surgeon requires an assistant at a procedure for which no assistant's fee is listed, the 
assistant may calculate his/her fee by taking the number of basic units used by the 
anaesthetist, adding his/her time units and multiplying the total nuiter of units by $9.21. 

(g) When assistants at surgery claim for procedures for which no assistants' fees have actually been 
listed in the schedule, the assistants should support their claims with a statement of 
explanation from the surgeon, confirming the medical necessity for their attendance. 

Note:Code M40C© to be used by OHIP for services performed by an assistant where no assistant units 
are listed. All such services must be assœsed for appropriateness by the OKEP Medical 
Consultant. 

(h) Where the attendance of a physician is requested by the patient's other medical attendants for 
the sole purpose of monitoring or special supportive céire, and when the physician is in constant 
attendance, the fee shall be 3 units plus time (B0O3B). 

(i) When an anaesthetic has begun and the operation is cancelled prior to cotmencement of surgery, 
the assistant who has scrubbed but is not required to do more, should daim 3 basic units plus 
time units (B006B). If the operation is cancelled aft A: surgery has coimienced, the procedural 
basic units plus time units will aR)ly. If the procedure is cancelled prior to the induction of 
anaesthesia and the assistant is scrubbed, a subsequent hospital visit cxily may be claimed. 

37. Anaesthetists' Services: 

(a) The tariff is for all types of anaesthesia. The fee is for professional services, including 
pre-anaesthetic evaluation and post-anaesthetic follow-ip and all imnediate supportive measures, 
and does not include the cost of materials used. 

(b) If an anaesthetist is requested by another physician to see a patient in consultation (see 
paragraph 1(a)) because of the complexity, obscurity or seriousness of the case prior to the 
administration of an anaesthetic, he may claim a consultation fee as well as the anaesthetic 
fee. If this consultation is provided less than 36 hours prior to the administration of an 
anaesthetic, this consultation should be claimed at $61.90 under fee code B015. The routine 
pre-anaesthetic evaluation of the patient required by the Public Hospitals Act does not qualify 
as a consultation, regardless of where and vtei this evaluation is performed. Anaesthetic 
consultations do not apply viien hospital, departmental by-laws, statutes or policies require 
automatic coisultations on any patient requiring anaesthesia. 

(c) If an anaesthetist examines a patient prior to surgery and the surgery is cancelled prior to the 
induction of anaesthesia, he or she may claim a hospital visit fee for this service. When an 
anaesthetic has begun and the operation is cancelled due to a conplication prior to the 
conrnaicement of surgery, the anaesthetist should claim 4 basic units plus time (B006C). If the 
operation is cancelled after surgery has conmenced, the procedural basic fee plus time units 
will apply. 

(d) The anaesthetist's fees are determined by adding the basic and time units together and 
multiplying the sum by $10.57. For cases comnencing after 5:00 p.m. and before midnight or on 
Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, increase the total anaesthetic fee by 40^ (E400C). For cases 
conmencing after midnight and before 7:00 a.m., any night of the week, increase the total 
anaesthetic fee by 50% (E401C). 

(e) When an anaesthetist is required to make a special visit to the hospital to administer an 
anaesthetic, he may claim a special visit premiim of $31.05 (C998C) for a case comnencing after 
5:00 p.m. and before midnight or on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays or $46.65 (C999C) for a case 
comnencing cifter midnight and before 7:00 a.m. any nig^t of the wedc. 



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These preniums are in addition to the E>iOO and EAOl premiums but only apply to the first patient 
treated on each special visit. 

(f) When an anaesthetist aininisters an anaesthetic to a patient under the age of one (B009) or over 
the age of sevoity (0007), add one mit to the totauL fee. When an anaesthetist administers an 
anaesthetic to a patient of any age with an incapaciting systemic disease that is a constant 
threat to life or to a moribmd patient \Ax> is not expectal to survive for 24 hours vdth or 
without the operation, add two inits to the total fee (B008). 

(g) Basic inits are listed for most procedures and include the value of all anaesthetic services 
except the actual time spent administering the anaesthesia, any modifying factors, or unusual 
detention with the patient (see paragraph n). 

(h) Except during maintenance of continuous conduction anaesthesia time units are confuted by 
alloving one mit for each 13 minutes or part thereof of anaesthesia time (up to two hours); 
following the first two hours of anaesthesia, time units for periods in excess of two hours 
shall be confuted on the basis of two units for each 15 minutes or part thereof; time units for 
periods in excess of eight hours shall be confuted on the basis of three mits for each 15 
minutes or part thereof. Anaesthesia time begins when the anaesthetist is first in attendance 
with the patient for the purpose of creating the anaesthetic state and ends when he is no longer 
in personal attendance (when the patient may be safely placed under customary post-operative 
supervision). 

(i) If claims are being msrfe in coded form (see explanatory conncnts at front of Fee Schedule), the 
suffix C should be added to the fee code for the procedure. 

(j) In special cases when the anaesthetic services of more than one anaesthetist are deemed 

necessary in the interest of the patient, the second anaesthetist shall charge 4 basic units 
(BOOl) plus time mits for the time spent assisting the first anaesthetist. 

(k) When multiple or bilateral surgical procedures are done during the sane anaesthetic, the 

anaesthetic benefit shall be based upon the basic units for the major procedure plus time. Uhen 
bilateral procedures or surgical revisions are carried out at separate times with separate 
anaesthetics, the anaesthetist shall be entitled to receive a full anaesthetic fee for each 
procedure. 

(1) In procedures where no value is listed, or with I.C. , the basic portion of the calculated value 
will be the same as listed for a conistrable procedure considering the region and modifying 
conditions or techniques. 

(ra) when a pimp with or without an oxygenator and with or without hypothermia is enplpyed in 

conjuration with an anaesthetic, the anaesthetic "Basic Uhits" will be 28 mits; this replaces 
the listed basic mits for the procedure. 

(n) Controlled hypotention may be billed for (10 units) when it is carried out in association with 
anaesthesia using any tednique to deliberately lower and maintain the mean blood pressure by at 
least 25%. Incidental hypotension from the use of any anaesthetic agent does not constitute 
controlled hypotension. The additional 10 mits may be claimed under ED04C. 

(o) Uhen unusuéil detention with the patient before or after anaesthesia is essential for the safety 
and welfare of such patient, the necessary time will be valued on the same basis as indicated 
for the anaesthetic time. 

(p) For detention not associated with anaesthesia detention rates and criteria aççiy (see paragraph 
B.45). 

(q) Uhen the attendance of the anaesthetist is requested by the patient's other mpdiral attendants 
for the purpose of monitoring or special supportive care, and when the anaesthetist is in 
constant attendance, the benefit shall be ?a4?b units plus time. The code is B003C. 

(r) Introduction of a catheter for continuous conduction analgesia and anaesthesia in obstetrics has 
a basic vsdue of 6 mits. Maintenance and/or supervision maty be claimed at one mit for each 
half hour of mciintenance to a maximum of 5 units. Time mits for delivery may be claimed at one 
unit per quarter hour (EKXK). 

(s) Uhen a physician adninisters an anaesthetic and/or other medication prior to, or during a 

procedure(s) or inmediately after a procedure which he/she performs on the same patient, he/she 
should claim for the procedure(s) only. HcMever, v*ien a physician adninisters a pudendal, 
femoral, intercostal, sciatic, ilioinguinal, iliohyporatstric, ulnar, median, or radial block in 
addition to performing a procedure, he/she may claim $13.70 ((224) in addition to the procedure. 

(t) Uhen hypothermia is used by the anaesthetist in procedures not specifically identified as 

requiring hypothermia, the basic value is 25 mits. This basic value replaces the basic value 
listed in the Schedule for the procedure. Uhen the basic value claimed is 25 mits, the 
anaesthetic service may be claimed under code E)002C. 

(u) Uhen a patient is kncwn to have malignant hyperthermia or there is a strong suspicion of 

susceptibility, and the anaesthetic requires full malignant hyperthermia set up and management, 
add 5 mits to the anaesthetic claim (B012). This crid-on does not apply to Z245 listed mder 
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(v) Anaesthetic management for the emergency relief of acute upper airway (above the carina) 
obstruction (excluding choanal atresia) - basic 10 units (B013). 

(w) When one anaesthetist starts a procedure and is replaced by another part way through a surgical 
procedure or delivery, the first anaesthetist should chcirge the appropriate basic fee plus time 
units and the second anaesthetist should charge for time units only. The second anaesthetist 
should use code B005C for such time units except in the case of ccxitinuous conduction 
anaesthesia; for which P015 (plus ElOOC) applies (see paragraph 37(r)). B002C, B003C, B004C, 
EXX)5C qualify for the praniums E^iOOC or EAOIC only if the case originally started within the 
time stated under para. 37(d) above. 

Each anaesthetist should state on his/her claim card which part of the anaesthetic is being 
claimed and the time begun and completed. 

(x) General anaesthesia for the purposes of this Fee Schedule includes all forms of anaesthesia 
except local infiltration. 

(y) Maintenance/Supervision of epidural catheter for relief of pain (G2A7) see" Nerve Blocks, 

Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures". For visits rendered after 5 p.m. and before midnight or 
on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays add 40K (E402). For visits after midnight but before 7 a.m. 
add 5œ (E>!i03). 

38. General Listing: include the basic listing for consultations, assessments and other visits wherever 
they cire rendered, except for non-emergency services to hospital or long-term care institution 
in-patients and for care rendered by a physician on duty in the emergency department. These latter 
services aire listed separately in the Schedule. 

39. Ncn-Bnergency Hospital in-I^tient Services: include the fee listings for consultations and other 
visits rendered^ to registered bed patients on a non-emergency basis. 

(a) When a patient has not been seen previously by the physician in charge, the first visit after 
admission may be claimed as a consultation or general or specific assessment. When the patient 
has been previously attended before admission, the first visit aifter admission may be claimed as 
a general re-assessment or specific re-assessment (depending on the specialty) if the patient 
has been seen before in the same illness. However when a patient is admitted to hospital by one 
physician and is subsequently transferred to another physician, only one general or specific 
assessment or re-assessment may be claimed per patient admission. 

(b) Subsequent routine visits should be claimed as subsequent visits (minor assessmaits). Payments 
for hospital visits are usually limited to one per patient per day prior to the weekly and 
monthly limitations that apply after the patient has been hospitalized for 5 weeks, (6 weeks for 
paediatricians). However, it is not the intent of the Fee Schedule that visit fees be claimed 
for every day a patient is in hospital unless a physician actually visits the patient each day. 
For acute illnesses or exacerbation of original illness requiring hospital visits after 5 wedcs 
of hospitalization, claims for extra visits should be made on an independent consideration basis 
(021). 

(c) When a patient in hospital is referred by cme physician to another, the second physician should 
not be limited by the "Subsequent Hospital Visit" formula for the nunber of hospital visits 
cilready rendered by the first physician. In other words, the second physician is entitled to 
claim for his/her visits up to 5 weeks just as if the patient was being attoided to in hospital 
for the first time. If the patient is transferred to the care of another physician, the 
"Subsequent Hospital Visit" formula vould apply just as it would if only one physician was 
involved in the care. 

(d) When a physician is already in the hospital and is asked to assess one of his/her own 
in-patients on a non emergency or emergency basis, the subsequent hospital visit listings apply. 
However if he/she is asked to assess another physician's patient on an emergency basis, the 
General Listings apply. 

40. EsBcgBxy Department - Hiyslcian on Duty Services: include the fee listings for minor and multiple 
systems assessmaits and re-assessmaits during regular and premiun hours rendered by the physician an 
duty. Any physician on duty in the emergency department should claim these fees regardless of 
his/her specialty. 

The listings under the heading "Dnergency Department - Physician c«i IXity" are meant to apply to 
those circumstances v^ierein either emergency or other physicians have elected or are required to be 
physically and continuously present in the Bnergency Departmait or environs for an arranged desig- 
nated period of time. In addition to applying to full or part time emergency room physicians who 
work pre-arranged shifts, these listings also apply to the services rendered by physicians who pro- 
vide on-call emergency rcxxn coverage for designated periods of time and limit the services they 
provide, in the comnunity served by the hospital, predominantly to emergency room coverage. Wien 
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(a) for up to a maxinun of two special visits after 8:00 a.m. and up to 5:00 p.m.; 

(b) for up to a maxinun of three special visits after 5:00 p.m. and up to midnight; 

(c) for the nLiit)er of special visits rendered after midnight and up to 8:00 a.m. 

When an on call physician practising in the area elects to be continuously present in the 
Einergency Department or environs for an arranged designated period of time because the volune of 
patients requires it, e.g. during a busy holiday period, the fees inder Einergency Department - 
Physician on Duty (HlOl, H103, H104, etc.) should be charged after the patients responsible for the 
initial speciéil visit have been examined and/or treated (and charged for under the A and K codœ). 

When an emergency physician is required to make a special visit to the Einergency Department 
prior to or after his/her regular arranged designated period of time on duty, he/she may charge the 
appropriate fee under the General Listings plus the applicable special visit premiun for the first 
patient assessed; all subsequent patients assessed during this visit to the hospitéil should be billed 
under the Einergency Department - Physician on Duty listings. 

When a physician is on duty in the Einergency D^artment, sees a patient and adhdts the patient 
to hospital, this physician mety claim a minor or multiple systems assessment depending on the service 
initially provided. Either the patient's attending physician or the emergency department physician 
(but not both) may render and claim the hospital adnission assessment. If the eme r gency department 
physician (instead of the attending physician) provides the acknission general assessment, he/she may 
claim a general re-assessment (C004) as well as the initial assessment provided both services are 
actucilly rendered separately. 

Special Visit to Jteecgency or O.P.O. 

Ccnsultation: 

1. Ccxisultation, patient not adnitted: 

The benefit for the consultation (or repeat ccnsultation) plus the appropriate special visit 
surcharge (K99-) may be claimed. 

2. Consultation, patient adnitted: 

(a) The benefit for the consultation (or repeat ccnsultation) plus the appropriate special 
visit surcharge (K99-) follcwed by hospital visits (if rendered) may be claimed. However, 
if the consultant also is the "most responsible physician", he/she may not adso claim a 
hospital in-patient ccnsultation, repeat consultation, general or specific assessment, 
general or specific re-assessment since the initial coi^ultation rendered in the emergency 
department serves as the adknission assessment. 

(b) If the consultant is not also the most responsible physician, the latter may claim the 
appropriate adnission assessment. 

Assesaaent: 

1. Assessment, patient not adnitted: 

The benefit for the assessment (or re-assessment) plus the appropriate special visit surcharge 
(K99-) may be claimed. 

2. General/specific assesanent plus patient admission: 

The benefit for the general or specific assesanent plus the appropriate special visit surcharge 
(K99-) followed by hospital visits may be claimed. However, the adnitting physician may not 
also claim a hospital in-patient general/specific assesanent or reassessment since the initial 
general/specific assessment rendered in the emergency department serves as the adnission. 

3. Minor/intermediate assessment plus patient adnission - 

Ihe benefit for the minor or intermediate assessment plus the appropriate special visit 
surcharge (K99-) may be claimed. In addition, the admitting physiciéBi may claim for a hospital 
in-patient general or specific reassessment if rendered. 

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Procedure: 

Except for procedures for which the listed benefits specifically include the associated 
consultation or other assessment, claims may be made for both the procedure and the assessment. 
Note:If a physician has an office in the hospital and is called to assess a patient in the Elnergency 
Department or O.P.D. , the specicil visit premiums do not apply. 

41. Bnergency De{»rtiicnt Equivalent: 

An Einergency Department Equivalent is an office or other place (other than a hospital emergency 

department) in which a physician renders services as part of an emergency service being made 

avéïilable to the conrnunity. 

"Elnergency Department Equivalent" includes a place used by a physician to render services exclusively 

to the office practice patients of one or more physicians outside the office hours of those 

physicians if the place is open for patients to attend. 

A place is an Einergency Department Equivalent only during the period of time that the emergency 

service is being trade available. 

A place may be an Einergency Department Equivalent notwithstanding that the physicians rendering 

services therein are not continuously present and only attend on call. 

A physician may add a premium of 3CK (B030) to the appropriate General Listings for services provided 

in an Einergency Department Equivalent if 

1) the services were rendered on a Saturday, Sunday or Holiday ("Holiday" is defined in 
paragraph B.A3(c) below); 

2) the services were rendered on the day they were first requested; and, 

3) the services were rendered for the purpose of dealing with an emergency. 

A2. lixig-Tenn Institutional Care: See paragraph B. 14. 

FraniuDB: 

43. Special Visit Fees Applicable in Addition to Fees for Services Listed Uider "Gansultations and 
Visits", also "Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures - Critical Care and also - Injections or 
Infusions". 

(a) A specicil visit is one initiated by a patient or his/her representative vtiere the physician is 
required to travel from one location to another to see the patient. Subject to paragraphs (b) 
to (r), the appropriate special visit fee applies when a physician makes a special visit to his 
office even if the office is in the physician's home, or to the patient's home or other location 
(hotel, motel, roadside, ski slope, etc.), or to the Einergency Department, O.P.D. , hospital or 
long-term care institution from a location outside any premises of, or operated by or on behalf 
of, the hospital or institution. 

(b) A special visit may also involve an emergency call with sacrifice of office hours. The benefits 
for this type of special visit apply in a situation v^iere the demands of the patient and/or the 
physician's interpretation of the patient's condition is such that the physician responds 
ininediately and makes a special visit at the sacrifice of regular office hours. 

(c) A special visit at night or on a Saturday, Sunday or Holiday may be claimed when non-elective or 
emergent calls are made by the physician between 5:00 p.m. and 7:(X) a.m. or are received and 
made on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. Holidays are defined for the purpose of this Schedule 
as New Year's E6y, Good Friday, Easter Monday, Victoria Day, Canada Day, Civic Holiday, Labour 
Day, Thanksgiving, Remembrance Day, Christmas Day and Boxing Day. If any of these holidays faill 
on a Saturday or Sunday, the Friday before or Monday following will be recognized as the 
holiday. 

(d) Only one special visit (daytime; emergaicy call with sacrifice of office hours; or Nights, 
Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays) may be claimed for the same patient, same visit. Special 
visits only apply to non-elective or emergent calls and do not apply to non-referred or 
transferred obstetrics. Special visits do not apply to visits on regular rounds to registered 
bed patients nor do they apply to admission assessments of patients who have been admitted to 
hospital CXI an elective basis, regardless of the time performed. 

(e) An elective "home" visit is a visit to a patient's "home" deemed medically necessary by the 
physician, initiated by the physician or the patient and carried out at any time ccxwenient to 
the physician. Physicians providing such services should charge in addition to the appropriate 
fee under the heading General Listings, the premiuns under paragraph 43(j) only, even if the 
elective visits are rendered at Nig^t, on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. 



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O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4543 

If an institution has arranged to have quarters in the same or in a pnvdjnal building in order 
that a physician will be available to make visits to the institution, particularly at night, 
these are not considered to be "special visits" to the iietitution. 

If a physician is railed to pronoince a patient dead, a minor assessment may be claimed aloiig 
with the appropriate surcharge for the special visit. 

(f) When additional patients are assessed during specicil visits, the "additional patient" premiuiE 
are not normally applicable inless the additioiial patient himself qualifies for a special visit. 
However, extra patients seen during a home visit while the physician is there renderirç a 
special visit to another patient also qualify for the "additional patient" premiuns if an 
assessment is rendered. The maximun mmber of special visit preniuns per special visit (to sar/ 
location) is ten. Patients who drop in to the office while the physician is there for reasons 
other than rendering a special visit do not qualify for any of thie special visit premiuns. 
&ctra in-patients seen during a special visit to a hospital or other institution do not qualify 
for the "additional patient" premiuns unless the physician has been asked specifically to see 
these extra patients as well. 

Note: I^tients seen during "office hours" held at night or oi Saturday, Sinday or Holidays do not 
qualify for any of the siiprial visit preaiiaB. 

(g) No special visit fee is chargeable in respect of services rendered in a place, other than a 
hospital or long term care fecility, that is open for patients to attend. 

(h) When no consultation or visits may be claimed e.g. for post-op hospital visits by operatir^ 
surgeon, the miniraun premiuns for special visits apply for additional patients seen durirç a 
special visit. Minijiun premiuns also apply to additional patients seen requiring Critical Care 
(excluding services to a critically ill patient where team fees apply), Injections or Infusions. 

(J) Dtoytiae Special Visits (Monday to Friday) to aergency D qmUm t or O.P.O.: for other 
locations see belcw: 

K990 First patient seen add $15.50 

For each additional patient requiring a special visit and seen during same 
K991 special visit, add 30K to consultation or visit - nrinimfn add $8.90 

(k) Iku iguM-y Call with Sacrifice of Office hours: 

K992 First patient seen add $31.05 

For each additional patient requiring a special visit and seen during same 
K993 specicil visit, add 3QK to consultation or visit fee - mininun add $13.30 

(1) Bvaiim^ (5:00 p.a. to nckiight) and Saturdays, Smlays, Holidays: 

K9% First patient seen add $31.CB 

For each additional patient requiring a special visit and seen during same 
K995 special visit, add 3QK to consultation or visit - minimun add $13.30 

(■) Ni^ts (ndhight to 7:00 a.m.): 

K9% First patient seen add $46.65 

For each additional patient requiring a special visit and seen during same 
K997 special visit, add 50K to consultation or visit - mininun add $20.40 

(n) S^iecial Visit to the fetioit's Hoe or Equivalait: use the appropriate listing above 

(i, j, k, l,ra) but substitute the prefix "B" for "K" (e.g. B990 instead of K990). 
(o) S^iprial Visit to Hospital In-Ratieit: use the appropriate listing above (i. j. k, 1, 

m) but substitute the prefix "C" for "K" (e.g. 090 instead of K990). 
(p) S ti Prial Visit to Uxig-Teis Care Institutioi: use the appropriate listing above (i, j, 

k, 1, m) but substitute the prefix "W" for "K" (e.g. W90 instead of K990). 
(q) . SppTJal Visit to Office or Other SlMilar Facility: use the appropriate listing above 

(i, j, k, 1, m) but substitute the prefix "A" for "K" (e.g. A990 instead of K990). 
(r) Sppria l Visit to ary nm-professional settij^ not listed above: use the appropriate listing 

above (i, j, k, 1, m) but substitute the prefix "V for "K" (e.g. 0990 instead of K990). 

44. Special Care lliit (e.g. I.C-U. or C.C.U.): 

For each patient seen on visit to I.C.U. or C.C.U. (excluding supportive care, critical, ventilatory, 
coiprehensive and neonatal intensive care claimed on a per diem basis) 

QOl, add to all such hospital visits $7.55 

Note: Where visit is not chargeable, e.g. post operative care by surgeon, claim only ClOl (excluding 
Supportive Care, Critical, Comprehensive, Ventilatory Care and Neonatal Intensive Care) 



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4544 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

IKEAMBLB 

45. Detention: may be charged v^ien a physician is required to spend considerable extra time in active 
treatment of the patient (and to the exclusion of all other work). Claims for detention must be 
substantiated by an explanation on the claim card or in an accompanying letter, and should be made on 
an "I.e." basis according to the following guidelines: 

After 30 minutes if the physician spends more than this amount of time providing a minor, 

partial, nuLtiple systems or intermediate assessment or subsequent hospital visit; 

After 40 minutes if the physician spends more than this amount of time providing a specific 

or general re--assessment . 

After 1 hour if the physician spends more than this amount of time providing a consultation, 

repeat consultation, specific or general assessment. 
Detention is not meant to apply to procedural items or obstetrics and does not include time 
waiting for x-rays, lab reports or for the operating room. 
KOOl - Per full quarter hour $18.70 

46. Detention: While in Attendance Vith Flatient(s) in Mulane: 

KlOl - Per quarter hour or part thereof $37.20 

Note: KlOl is not applicable to attendance in a vdiide other than an Ambulance. 

All claims for detention are to be assessed by an OHIP Medical Consultant. 

47. Non Elective Surgical Proceàires, Obstetrics or dinical Procedures Associated vith Diapustic 
Radiological Exaidnation or Detention While in Attendance Vith Patient(s) in Aotiulance: - vtien such 
procedures including fractures or dislocations or major invasive procedures contained in the list of 
Diagnostic and Therapeutic E*rocedures or elective procedures which because of intervening emergency 
procedure(s) conrience after 5:00 p.m. and before midnight or en Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, 
increase the procedural fee(s) by 30% (E409). When the foregoing procechires conrience after midnight 
and before 7:00 a.m. any ni^t during the wedc, increase the procedural fee(s) by 50K (E410). 
These premiums are not chargeable in addition to the obstetrical fee(s) if labour is induced by 
medical and/or surgical means by the same physician unless the reason for the induction is fetal 
distress, diéibetes, premature rupture of membrane, severe pre-eclairpsia - hypertension or abruption. 
However a forewater A.R.M. or oxytocin augmentation of labour carried out on a patient in desultory 
labour does not constitute induction. 

Major Invasive Procedures are considered to be the following: 



a76 


G177 


G178 


G179 


G211 


G246 


C249 


Ofil 


G267 


G268 


G275 


G277 


GfflO 


am 


G303 


G304 


G323 


G324 


am 


G331 


G332 


G347 


G348 


G349 


cn% 


Ga60 


G380 


G411 


G412 


R833 


B840 


B841 


B843 


R849 


R850 


R851 


RfiV 


B853 


RR54 


Z431 


Z433 


Z434 


Z435 


Z436 


Z437 


Z438 


Z439 


Z440 


Z441 


Z442 


Z443 


Z444 


Z445 


Z450 


Z«S1 


7A'i? 


Z456 


Z457 


2804 


2805 



Also series JOOl to X60 

These premiums are not chairgeable (during or after a "shift" ra: by a physiciai %*» inxrvides 
servioe(s) as described in this Preeoble, paragraph B.40) by eme r gency or other physicians who have 
elected or are required to be physically and continuously present in the Einergency Department or 
environs for an arranged designated period of time. 

E409 or B410 may not be claimed for procedures vMch mainly involve the interpretation of test 
results and are not applicable to assessmaits or cc«isultations. Neither are they applicable to 
procedures listed in the Diagnostic Radiology, Nuclear Medicine, Diagnostic Ultrasoimd or FuLnonary 
nnction sections of the Schedule. 

48. Nan Elective Diagnostic Radiology, Laboratory Medicine, Nuclear Medicine or Diagnostic lfl.traso«id 
ficaninations: - when a physician providing the foregoing services makes a special visit to see a 
patient in consultation, perform a procedure or conclude that a procedure is not medically indicated, 
between 5:00 p.m. to midnight or on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays, a $31.05 premiim (C109) should 
be claimed in addition to the appropriate consultation fee or procedural fee or by itself if the 
decision is made not to perform the procedure. For such services rendered between midnight and 7:00 
a.m., the premiijn is $46.65 (CllO). 



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O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4545 

HSAtCLB 

49. AiBBSthetists' Services: - for all cases coimencing after 5:00 p.m. and before midnight or on 
Saturdays, Sinds^ and Holidaçys, increase the total anaesthetic fee by 4(K (lAOOC). For all cases 
cormaxirç after midni^t and before 7:00 a.m., any ni^t during the week, increase the total 
anaesthetic fee by 50X (EMIC). For cases requiring a special visit to the hospital, an additional 
preniim of $31.05 (C998C) during the 40K premiun period or for ncn-elective surgoy with sacrifice of 
office hours and $46.65 (C999C) during the 50% premiun period may be charged to the first patient 
treated on each special visit. 

50. Assistants' Services: - for all cases comnencing after 5:00 p.m. and before midnight or on Saturdays, 
Sundays and Holidays, increase the total assistant's fee by 40K (E^OOB). For all cases comnencing 
after midni^t and before 7:00 a.m., any night during the week, increase the total assistant's fee by 
50% (E401B). For cases requiring a special visit to the hospital, an afdditicnal premiun of 

$31.05 (C996B) durii^ the 40K premiun period and $46.65 (C99%) during the 50K premiun period may be 
charged to the first patient treated on each special visit. 

51. Trawelliiig Ti«e: m^ be chéirged directly to patients (since it is a non-insured service) when special 
visits are mEide by physicians to see patients outside their normal area of practice. Travelling time 
may be charged at the same rate as detention. 

52. A Looa Teens 

(a) Must replace the employing physician, who must be absent from the practice. 

(b) Must replace the employing physician for a ccntiruous period, ■ini^a 1 wek up to a maxinun of 
12 weeks, with an extension on request for a further 6 weeks. 

(c) Must be the same specialty as the enplpying physician. 

(d) Must be licensed by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario in a category of licence 
that allows him or her to practice independently without supervision. 

Prior notification must be given to CHIP of the name and OHIP physician nunber and/or licence nu*er 
of the locun tenens and the exact dates of enployraent, together with an authorization from the locun 
tenens to make payment for his or her services to the enployer. 

If these conditions are met, the locun tenens may sign the employing physician's claim cards. 

If any of the above conditions are not met, the physician involved must submit claims to OHIP on 
his or her own claim cards. 



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4546 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

AFfDOIZ C 

Ba^TTS OUltiim CNEARIO 

Under Code R991 payment vail be nade at the usual and customary fee paid by insurers in the place where 
the service was rendered, provided that all of the following conditions are met: 

1) the insured service is a surgical or other conplex medical procedure; 

2) the procedure is generally accepted within Ontario as medical treatment for the insured persoi's 
condition; 

3) the procedure is not performed in Ontario; 

A) the insured person is referred by a physician in Ontario to the physician outside Ontario who 
will perform the procedure; 

5) the insured person departs from Ontéirio for the express purpose of having the procedure 
performed; 

6) prior written af^roval has been obtained from the Plan. 



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0. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4547 

APPEMUX D 

1. Surgery to alleviate significant physical synptoms that are refractory to medical treatment that has 
been actively undertaken for at least a six month period, or to restore or inprove function to arty 
area altered by disease, trauna or congenital deformity normally is a benefit inder the Ontario 
Health Insurance Plan. Surgery solely to alter or restore appearance is not a benefit of CHIP except 
xitier the circunstances as listed in the follcrwing policy. 

2. Einotional, psychological or psychiatric grounds are not considered sufficient reason for CHIP 
coverage of surgery for alteration of appearance except inder exceptional circunstances. 

3. On request of the attending physician, exceptions may be made on an independent consideration basis 
if the proposed surgery is to alter a significant defect in appearance caused by disease, trauna or 
congenital deformity, and if the surgery is 

reconmended by a Mental Health Facility (as designated by Ihe Mental Hospitals Act) or 

equivalent, or 

performed on a patient who is less than 18 years of age and the defect is in the area of 

the body which normally and usually vaaLd not be clothed, or 

recornDEnded by a Correctional Institution (tattoo removal only), or 

essential in order to obtain erployment as docunented by the attending physician and either 

by a Canada Manpower Employment Centre or by an enployer with regard to a specJ^fic job, 

(tattoo removal only). 

4. In establishing this policy, it has been recognized that 

peer acceptance in our society often is influenced disproportionately by the faciès, 
children are especially susceptible to emotional trauna caused by physical appearances. 

5. Surgery to revise or remove features of physical appearance which are farailiéLL in nature is not a 
benefit of CHIP. 

6- Within the context of this policy, the vord "disease" does not include the normal sequelae of aging. 
Surgery to alter changes in appearances caused by aging is not a benefit of CHIP. 

7. Within the context of this policy, the word "trauna" includes trauna due to treatment such as 
surgery, radiation, etc. 

8. Ihe phrase "reasonable period of convalescence" should be considered as two years. Independent 
consideration will be given to the questionable cases. 

9. Authorization from CHIP is not required for all surgery to alter appearance. It is required only for 
those categories of procedures in which some cases may not be a benefit uxter OfflP policy. 

10. Suitable docunentation may be requested by CHIP in some cases before authorization can be considered. 

11. The treatment of acute medical or surgical conplications resulting fron surgery for alteration of 
appearance and/or fuiction is a benefit of the Plan whether or not the original surgery was covered 
tty CHIP. No authorization is required. 

12. Revision of surgery for alteration of appearance, because of indésirable results, is a benefit of the 
Plan if the origireil surgery was a benefit and if the revision either is part of a pre-planned staged 
process or occurs within a reasonable period of convalescence. CHIP authorization is required only 
when the original surgical procedure, if it had been carried out at the time of the proposed 
revision, would have required such authorization. 

Surface Fâtfaolqgy 

1. TrauB Scars 

(a) Neck, or Face 

Includes ears and non-hair bearing areas of the scalp. 

Repair of all such scars is a benefit of CHIP, except for scars resulting from previous 

surgery to alter appearance that was not originally a benefit of CHIP. 

Repair procedures will depend upon the lesion but may include excision, revision, 

dermabrasion, etc. Rhytidectony procedures for cosmetic reasons, however, are not a 

benefit of CHIP. 

CHIP authorization for repair of sucii scars is not required but manual assessment of the 

claims will be necessary to ensure that the most appropriate procedure coctes are used. 

(b) Scars in other Anatomical Areas 

Repair of scars which interfere with fimction or ^itdch are significantly synptomatic (pain, 

ulceration, etc.) is a benefit of OHIP. 

Scars with no significant synptoms or fuKtional interference 

(i) Repair is a benefit if such a repair is part of a pre-planned post-traunatic 

(including post-surgical) staged process. CHIP notification nust be included as part 

of the planning process, 
(ii) Other post-traunatic scar revision is not a benefit of CHIP. 

OHIP authorization is required for all scar repair procedures in areas other than the face 
or neck. Scar revision ctjdes should be used (R026-JO29). 



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4548 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

AHUUIX D - Cont'd 

2. Keloids 

(a) Head or Neck 

Ihe repair of all such keloids is a benefit of OEilP. 

Repair procedures may include excision, injection, dennabrasion or planing. 

No OHIP authorization is required. 

(b) Excision of keloids in other areas 

Not a boiefit of (HEP unless significantly symptomatic (pain, ulceration, etc.) or there is 

functicHial impaiment. 

OHIP authorization is required. 

3. Tattoos 

(a) Face or Neck 

Excision or destructiai of all such tattoos is a benefit of (MP. 

Authorization is not required but adjudication of repair procedures will be identical to 

that for scars in these areas. 

(b) Other Anatomical Areas 

Excision or destruction of concentration camp or P.O.W. tattoos is a benefit of OHIP. 
Otherwise, not a benefit of (HEP except as described in Para E>-3 (Page xxii). 

4. Beni^ lesions sudi as naevi, keratoses, spider naevi, papillcnata, neurofibcaiata 

(a) Face or Neck 

Excisioi or destruction of these lesions is a benefit of OHIP, «here there is any suspicion 
of disease or wgUffietKy. 

Authorization is not required. 

(b) Other Anatomical Areas 

Nonnally not a benefit of (HIP if removed for alteration of appearance only, rather than 
for medical necessity or because of clinical suspicion or evidence of malignancy. 
Removal of very large lesions that would be considered disfiguring in patients of any age 
may be a benefit of (HIP. 
Authorization is required. 

5. Hair Loss 

(a) Head or Neck 

(i) Patients less than 18 years of age 

Repair is a benefit for non-hereditary etiologies. 

Authorization is not required. However, if it is possible that a planned staged procedure 

will extend beyond the age limit, pre-authorization should be obtained, since it will be 

necessary after the 18th birthday, 
(ii) Post-traimatic 

Repair to the area of traumatic hair loss is a benefit of (HIP only if carried out within a 

reasonable period of convalescence. (See Para. 7, page xxiii). 

OHIP authorization is required. 

Usual repair procedures may include skin ^lifts of flaps, skin grafts, or hair plugs, 
(iii) Other Etiology 

Not a benefit of (HIP. 

(b) Other Anatomical Area» 

Not a benefit of OHIP. 

6. dilation of Bair 

(a) Face 

Ihis procedure is a benefit of (HEP only for those patients with docunented endocrine 
abnormality or drug- induced hirsutism. 

(b) (HIP authorization is required. 

(c) Other Anatomical Areas - Not a benefit of OHIP. 

7. Redundant 9un 

(a) Excision of redundant skin for elimination of wrinkles, etc. is not a benefit of OHIP. 

(b) Blepharoplasty is not a benefit of (HEP unless there is documented evidence of medical necessity 
from the appropriate physician such as visual field defect caused by the redundant eyelid skin. 
(HEP authorization is required. (Include documentation of visual fields). 



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0. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4549 

AFIQinZ D - Cont'd 
Sut>-surtaœ I^athology 

1. Ccngaiital defmsities 

(a) Head or Neck 

Repair is a benefit of CHIP except for: 

surgery to revise or remove features which are familial in nature or do not interfere with 

finction 

surgery to correct "outstanding ears" in patients who are eighteen years of age or over. 

CHIP authorization is required. 

(b) Other Anatondcal Areas 

Nomally not a benefit of CHIP if surgery is for alt«ation of appearance only. 

2. Bost-TrauBtic Defondties 

Reconstructive procedures are a benefit at the acute stage; vithln two years, or if part of 

a pre-plamed staged process of repair. 

Repair of procedures may include bone revision, tissue shifts and grafts, prosthesis 

inplantation, etc. 

CHIP authorization is recpjired for repairs beyond the acute stage. 

3. Defocmties resulting frca local di.stfwp (such as loss or distortian of bene, wscle, oomecti^ve 
tissue, adipose tissue, etc.) 

(a) Head or Neck 

Reconstnjctive procedures for significant ahnonnalities are a benefit at the acute stage, 

during a chronic disease process: within a reasonable period of convalescence (see Para. 7, 

Page xxiii) or if part of a planned staged process of repair initiated during one of these 

periods. 

Repair procedures nomBlly could include tissue grafts, flaps or shifts, bone revision, 

prosthesis insertion, etc. 

Face lifts, modified face lifts, brov lifts, etc., are not a benefit of the Plan if skin 

only is involved in the procedure. However, a repair such as ptosis repair or face lift 

with inderlying slings is a benefit of (HIP if the procedure is to correct significant 

deformity following stroke, cancer, Vllth nerve palsy, etc. 

CHIP authorization is required. 

(b) Other Anatondcal Areas 

Not a benefit of (HIP if the correction is for appearance only. 

Correction of severe deformity resulting from polio or neurological disease will be 

considered for pe^ment - CHIP authorization is required. 

4. Breast Suzgeiy 

(a) Auginentation Haninoplasty 

Ihis procedure is a benefit of CHIP milato^lly or bilaterally for a female patient with 

breast aplasia. 

It may be an CHIP benefit unilaterally for a female patient with a severely hypoplastic 

breast. Additional documentation may be required. 

Uhilateral augmentation maomoplasty may be a benefit of the Plan if there is gross 

disproportion present or in association with an approved unilateral reduction maonoplasty 

or postmastectony reconstruction of the contralateral breast. 

The correct code for the repair procedure is R112 

OfflP authorization is required. 

(b) Post-Mastectomy Reconstruction 

Uhilateral or bilateral breast reconstruction is a benefit of CHIP when the procedure is 
subsequent to total or partial mastectony (including wedge resection) or prophylactic 
mastectonv as listed in the Schedule of Benefits. 
CHIP authorization is not required. 

(c) Reduction Manmoplasty 

Reduction Marnnoplasty may be approved where there is significant associated synptonatology. 
Ptosis and/or size are not sufficient grouxis for CHIP coverage of reduction marnnoplasty. 
lliilateral Reduction Manmoplasty way be a benefit of the Plan if there is gross 
disproportion present or in association with approved unilateral augmentation manmoplasty, 
or post mastectony reconstriiction of the contralateral breast. Additional docunentation 
m^ be required. 
(XflP authorization is required. 



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4550 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

AFFEMnX D - Cont'd 

(d) Mastectomy 

This procedure is a benefit of the Plan. 
(MP authorization is not required. 

(e) Accessory Breasts or accessory nipples 

Excision of such accessory tissue is a benefit of the Plan. 

Ihe appropriate code should be used from the Schedule listings under Skin and Subcutaneous 

tissue. 

OHIP authorization is not required 

5. Septodiinoplasty 

This is a benefit of OHIP when the rhinoplasty carponent is necessary to obtain an adequate 

airway or following trauna within 2 years or part of a pre-planned staged plastic repeiir. 

(See Para 7, Page xîdii). 

In cases where a septoplasty is necessary to improve function and a rhinoplasty is done to 

improve the cosmetic effect, OHIP will pay the part of the operation that was medically 

necessary (e.g. if a septorhinoplasty is performed and a septoplasty was necessary to 

improve the airway, OHIP will pay hD12 and the surgeon is entitled to claim the difference 

from the patient). 

OHIP authorization is required. A description of the external deformity should be 

provided. 

6. Excision of esocess fatty tissue and/or ddn is not a benefit of the Plan except for panniculectom/ 
where there is significant symptomatology. 

OHIP authorization is required. 

7. Sex-Rpftssignnent Surgery 

(1) Sex-reassignment surgical procedures are a benefit of (XHP only if they are performed on 
patients who have completed the (lender Identity Clinic program operated by the Clarice Institute 
of Psychiatry in Toronto. Moreover, claims are accepted for payment only for those patients for 
whom the Clinic has recamended that surgery take place. This surgery nieed not take place in 
Toronto or even in Ontario. Surgery reconrJended hy the Clinic which takes place outide the 
Province of Ontario may be approved for payment at rates in accordance with the current (HEP 
Schedule of Benefits. 

(2) Within the foregoing guidelines, reconstruction of genitalia and mastectony are benefits of the 
Plan. However, since the hormonal treatments associated with sex-reassignment themselves give 
rise to breast enlar;gement , augmentation mamroplasty or breast reconstruction in a male to 
female conversion is not a benefit of OHIP, in keeping with the previously outlined policy 
regarding breast surgery in females. 

OHIP authorization is required. 



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O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4551 

ootBiiJxnats fit) visrrs 

Gode P/tfOLf WfOlΠ/N) HtACRZ IN GaCSAL((X)) 

Goczal LJLStiii^: 

A0O5 Consultation 48.30 

A006 Repeat consultation 36.30 

ACX)3 General assesanent 44.60 

A0O4 Generéil re-assessment 26.40 

A903 Pre-dental general assessment 39.60 

AD07 Intermediate assessment/Well baby care 22.30 

AOOl Minor assessment 14.90 

K017 Amual health examinaticn - child after second birthday 27.25 

KD09 -adolescent, adult 39.60 

A009 Oculo-visual assesanent(i.e. major eye examination to include refraction aarà tonometry) 35.10 

N.C. Telephone advice including reneval of prescriptions N.A.B. 

N.C. Dispensiiig service fee N.A.B. 

Han-tÉErgiaKy Bospital In-I^tiait Services: (see Preamble, paragraph B.39 - for 
emergency calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listir^ and 
Premiuns [Preamble, paragraph B.43] when applicable). 

(XXJ5 Consultation 48.30 

C006 Repeat consultation 36.30 

C003 General assessment 44.60 

0004 General re-assessment 26.40 

C903 Pre-dental general assesanent 39.60 

Subsequent visits: (minor assessments) 

0002 up to five weeks per visit 14.90 

0007 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (■aori— per week $44.70) per visit 14.90 

C009 elf ter thirteenth veek (BBBdMa per acnth $89.40) per visit 14.90 

0008 Concurrent care (minor assessment) per visit 14.90 

0010 Supportive care (minor assessments) D.20 

Attendance at maternal delivery for care of high risk baby(s) 

H007 - (if only service rendered at time of delivery) 55.(X) 

Note: Consultation should not be claimed with attendance at material delivery 
— other fees may apply. 

HOOl Newborn care in hospital and/or home 47.60 

fO02 Low birth weight baby care (incooplicated) initial visit (per baby) 29.80 

H0O3 thereafter per visit 14.90 

EOergESKy Departaait - Hiysiciai en Duty: (see Preamble, pare^raph B.40) 

Assessnents nay include inteipretatian of x-ray, E.C.G. and other labocatocy data és 

required. 

H103 Multiple systems assessment 24.80 

HlOl Minor assessment 12.40 

H104 Re-assessnent (see Preamble - paragraph B. 11) 12.40 

When above visits are rendered by the physician on duty in prendvin hours, apply the 
folloviiig fees. 

12 Midnight to 8:00 a.m. 

H123 Multiple Systems assessment 37.20 

H121 Minor assesanent 18.60 

H124 Re-assessment 18.60 

Saturdays, Sind^s and Holidays 

H153 Multiple systems assessment 32.20 

H151 Minor assessment 16.10 

H154 Re-assessment 16.10 

When any other service is rendered by the physician on duty in premiim hours (and 
assessments are not chargeable), apply one of the following premiums per patient 
visit. 

H112 - 12 midnight to 8:00 a.m 12.40 

H113 - Saturdays, Sindays or Holidays 7.30 

acc]^Ky or O.P.D. - Riysician in HoGpital But Not en Duty in the ^ecgency 
Defartaait *en seeing Fâtient(s) in BaerBency or O.P.D.: use General Listii^ 



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O. Reg. 472/87 



oncuuMicNS iN) vrsns 



Code EAMIU HUCUCE fM) WfCnΠIN GE^CRAL - Cont'd. 



Long Term Instituticnal Care: (for emergency calls and other special visits to insti- 
tutional patients, use General Listings and Premiuns [Preamble, paragraph B.43] when 
applicable) . 

Chronic Care Hospitals, Ccnvalesoent Hospitals, Nursiiig Hones, or Other Institutias 
in Vhich fotients are covered by Extended Care LcgpLslation: 

W105 Consultation 

W106 Repeat consultation 

W102 Admission assessment (see Preamble) Type 1 

W104 Type 2 

W107 lype 3 

W109 Annual physical examination 

General re-assessment of patient in nursing home and covered by extended care 

W004 legislation (as per the Nursing Homes Act) 

W903 Pre-daital and pre-surgery general assessment 

Subsequent visits (minor assessments see Preamble paragraph B.15): 

- chronic care or convalescent hospital (maximun of 10 per patient, per month) 

\J002 - first 4 visits per month (chargeable by most responsible physician).... per visit 
wool - subsequent visits per month per visit 

- nursing home or other institution covered by extended care legislation (maximum of 5 

per patient, per month) 
M0O3 - first 2 visits per month (chargeable by most responsible physician) ....per visit 
UOOB - subsequent visits per month per visit 

Homes for the Aged and Other Institutions in Which I^tients are Not Cbvered by Extend- 
ed Care Legislation: (use General Listings and Premiums [E>reamble, paragraph B.43] 
when applicable.) General Listings under these circonstances also apply to patients 
seen in bed rather than in an office supplied by the institution. 

Psydnthecapy: (includes narcoanalysis or psychoanalysis or treatment of sexual 
dysfunction) 
KD07 Individual - per 1/2 hour or major part thereof (see Preamble, paragraph B.19) 

Group - (four to eight people) per 1/2 hour or major part thereof 

KD12 - per member (up to six hours per day) 

N.C. - per member (seventh to ninth hour per day) 

Family - (two or more family members in attendance at the same time) per 1/2 hour 
KD04 or major part thereof 

Hypnotherapy: 
KD06 Individual - per 1/2 hour or major part thereof 

Note: May not be claimed with diagnosis of acne, psoriasis, smoking, obesity or in 
conjunction with delivery. 

Group, for induction and training for hypnosis (up to eight people) - per 1/2 hour 
KDll or major part thereof, per member 

Gounselliiig - intended as an educational experience - not intended for ongoing 
therapy or as a substitute for a minor assessment - one or more people - 

KD13 per 1/2 hour or major part thereof 

ICD14 Gouiselling for trasplant recipients, donors and families of recipiaits and 

donors - one or more people - per 1/2 hour or major part thereof 

RD15 Goinselling Relatives - 1 or more per half hour or major part thereof 

Note: (l)Psycho therapy or hypnotherapy or counselling are not to be claimed in conjunction 
with other consultations or visits rendered by a physician during the same patient 
visit unless there are clearly defined different diagnoses for the two services. 
(2) The minimum time period for psychotherapy (to be claimed as such) is 20 minutes. 
(See Preamble, paragraph B.19). 



48.30 
36.30 
44.60 
14.90 
26.40 
44.60 

14.90 
39.60 



14.90 
11.10 



14.90 
11.10 



44.60 

8.25 
N.A.B. 

48.30 
44.60 

8.25 

42.40 

42.40 
42.40 



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oacajflaicic /»f) VISITS 

Code FAMIU raAOlCE tH) WfCnCE IN OTKAL - Cont'd. 

Certification of Haital Tllnpiss — 
Application for psychiatric assessment, (as nandated by the Mental Health Act) - includii^ 
necessary history, examination, notification of the patient, family and relevant 

K623 authorities and conpletion of Form 1 74.70 

Certification of involuntary adidssion (as required by the Mental Health Act) - includir^ 
history, examination, notification of the patient, fantLly and relevant authorities and 

K624 conpletion of Form 3 90.80 

K629 All other re-certif ication(s) of involintary adidssion 27.25 

NDte:Ccnsultation or assessment normally may not be claimed in addition. 

Certification of inccnpetence (financial) iiKluding assessnent to determine 
N.C. inconpetence N.A.B. 

Intersdeus 
K002 Interviews vdth relatives on behalf of a patient, per 1/2 hour or major part thereof.. 42.40 

Interviews with C.A.S. or legal guardian on behalf of a patient, per 1/2 hour or major 
KD03 part thereof 42.40 

Note: K002, K003 - Should be claimed on the patient's claim card with diagnosis. These 

listings apply to situations where medically necessary information cannot be obtained 
from or given to the patient (e.g. because of illness, inconpetence, etc). 

Diagnostic interview and/or cowselling with child and/or parent: 

KDOS for psychological problem or learning disabilities, per 1/2 htxir 44.60 

Note: Claims for KD06 should be submitted on child's card. 

N.C. - for testing per 1/2 hour N.A.B 

Interviews with other paramedical organization or others on behalf of a patient - 

N.C. per 1/2 hour or major part thereof N.A.B. 

Case conference - with medical and/or paramedical personnel on behalf of a patient - 

N.C. per 1/2 hour or major part thereof N.A.B. 

Genetic Goinselling: 

K019 Individual or family - per 1/2 hour (maxiraun 2 hours) 48.30 

KD20 Interview with relatives - per 1/2 hour (maximun 2 hours) 48.30 

Note: The mininun time period required for any of the time based services listed on this 
page is twenty minutes - see Preamble, paragraph B.19 for elabcsation of the 
principles of the billing procedure. 

Sewl Assault Qcannation &«: Biwesti^tion and/ac CbnflisatiGn of Alleged Sescual 
Assault and DKiaentaticii 

KD18* - female 210.00 

KD21* - male 165.00 

Note: KD18 and K021 mey only be claimed when the kit nrovided by the Ministries of the 
Attorney General and Solicitor General has been used. 

*A portion of the listed benefits for K018 and KD21 is recovered by CHIP from the 
Ministries of the Attorney General and the Solicitor General. 

Certification and Be^xHts: Vith or Vitfaout Esndnatiai: 

N.C. Certification of health (ordinary) or conpetency N.A.B. 

N.C. Free from infection (barbers, waiters, etc.) N.A.B. 

Certification of disability or previous inmunization. Insurance report based on 

N.C. previous examination or on illness or death N.A.B. 

Medico-legal report or reports required by law or hospital by-laws - the fee should 
reflect fairly the difficulty of the matter and the experience and expertise of the 
physician, the nature and complexity of the report and the time required to 
N.C. prepare it N.A.B. 

Premuns foe Sperial Visits by Riysicians, Detaitian Visits to I.CU. or C-C.U. 
dargeahle in Addition to Above Pees - see PreoÉle, for^Etaph B43-46 ?b 



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catsjuama^ ttD wisns 

ALLEBGT 

Since the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada has not set a standard 
for "Allergy Specialist", fees for coisultations and visits shall be applicable to a 
specific allergist as they refer to him in his own General or Specialty Tariff 
except for the following: 

Clinical interpretation by inmunologists v^iere a report of a survey is submitted in 
writing to the patient's physician (not to apply when the ininunologist receives a 
K399 consultation fee) 25.30 

ANAESŒESIA (01) 

General Listings: 

A015 Consultation 90.80 

A016 Repeat consultation 44.60 

A013 Specific assessment 40.50 

A014 Partial assessment 18.00 

^asxgoKy or O.P.D. - Riysician in Hôpital But Not on Duty in ths Bnergency Department 
Uhen Seeing I^tient(s) in the VttBi^jaity or O.P.D.:- use General Listir^. 

Nan-Bnergency Hospital Ih-Ratient Services: (see Preamble, paragraph B.39 - for 

emergency calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and 
Premiums [Preamble, paragraph B.43] when applicable). 

0015 Consultation 90.80 

0016 Repeat consultation 44.60 

0013 Specific assessment 40.50 

0014 Specific re-assessment 23.90 

Subsequent visits: (minor assessments) 

0012 up to five weeks per visit 16.30 

0017 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (nrnrimm per week $48.90) per visit 16.30 

0019 after thirteenth wedc (mRprimm per month $97.80) per visit 16.30 

0018 Concurrent care (See Preamble, paragraph B.28) per visit 16.30 

CmJLOLOGI (60) 

For Services not listed, refer to Internal Medicine Section. 

General Listii^^: 

A605 Consultation 100.70 

A675 Limited consultation 66. 10 

A606 Repeat consul tatiai 66. 10 

A603 General assessment 51.40 

A604 General re-assessment 37.20 

A60e Partial assessment 22.10 

Bnergency or O.P.D.: - Itiysician in Hôpital But not on Duty in the BnexgEncy Defartment 
Vhen Seeing I^tients(s) in the aergency or O.P.D.: - use General Listings. 

Non^neigency Hospital In-fetieits Services: (see Preamble paragraph B.39 - for 

emergency rails and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and 
Premiums [Preamble, paragraph B.43] v*ien applicable). 

0605 Consultation 100.70 

0675 Limited caisultation 66. 10 

C606 Repeat consultation 66.10 

0603 General assessment 51.40 

C604 General re-assessmait 37.20 

Subsequent visits (minor assessments): 

0602 up to five wedcs per visit 16.30 

0607 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive ( manrimm per week $48.90) per visit 16.30 

0609 after thirteenth wedc (maarinun per month $97.80) per visit 16.30 

C608 Concurrent care (minor assessments) per visit 16.30 

Preniuns for Special Visits by Riysicians, Detention Visits to I.CU. ac C.C.U. 
Qiargeable in Addition to Above Fees - see Preooble, Baragraph B4S-46 



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(XIGULEAfnGNS AN) VISITS 

CABDI£VASClL/« tH) TOSJ^IC SSOSS (09) 

General listii^: 

A095 Consultation 51,60 

A096 Repeat consultation 39,80 

AD93 Specific assessment 35.50 

A094 Partial assessment 18.00 

Qiorgency oc O.P.D. - Ifiyslciai in Hospital but not on Duty in the âccgeKy Departaoït 
^Àiai Seeing fetient(s) or O.P.D. : - use General Listings 

Non-^Berigency Hospital In-I^tient Services: (see Preamble paragraph B.39 - for 

emergaxy calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and 
PremiuTE (Preainble paragraph B.43] uhen applicsdïle) . 

CD95 Consultation 51.60 

0096 Repeat consultation 39.80 

C093 Specific assessment 35.50 

0094 Specific re-assessment 22.30 

Subsequent visits: (minor assesanents) 

0092 up to five weeks per visit 16.30 

0097 from sixth to thirteenth veeks inclusive (aoxiaB per «eek $48.90) per visit 16.30 

0099 after thirteenth week (BBBd»» per Bonth $97.80) per visit 16.30 

0098 Concurrent care (minor assesanent) per visit 16.30 

Long TeiB Instituticmal Care - Chronic and Cbnvalesoent Hospitals, Hoaes fat the i^ed - 
I^tioits Oovered fay Ëctended Care Legislation and Nursing Hoaes. 

W95 Consultation 51,60 

U096 Repeat consultation 39.80 

CLINICAL DtUNDLOGT (62) 

For Services not listed, refer to Internal Medicine Section. 

General listings: 

A625 Consultation 100.70 

A525 Limited consultation 66.10 

A626 Repeat consultation 66.10 

A623 General assessment 51.40 

A624 General re-assessment 37.20 

A628 Partial assessment 22.10 

becgency or O.P.D.: - Riysician in Hospital But not on JJaty in the taejqgBicy 
DepartKnt Uien Seeing I^tiait(s) in tie ^exgeny or O.P.D. ; - use General Listii^ 

rkn-OKTgancy Hospital Ih-I^tiaits Services: (see Preamble, parz^raph B.39 - for 
emergency calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listii^ and 
Prendims [Prean±)le, paragraph B.43] when applicable). 

C625 Consultation 100.70 

C525 Limited consultation 66.10 

0626 Repeat consultation 66.10 

0623 General assesanent 51.40 

0624 General re-assessient 37.20 

Subsequent visits (minor assesanents): 

0622 up to five weeks per visit 16.30 

0627 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive («œd*» per *Bek $48.90) per visit 16.30 

0629 after thirteenth week (naxi*» per Bonth $97.80) per visit 16.30 

0628 Concurrent care (minor assessments) per visit 16.30 

ProBdiaB for Sperial Visits by Riysicians, D^taition Visits to I.C.U. or C.C.U. 
Chargeable in Addition to Abtwe Fees - see PimÉj le, faraffafb B43-46 



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nswaxuxn (02) 

General Listings: 

A025 Consultation 48.70 

A026 Repeat ccxisultation 39.80 

A023 Specific assessment 34. 30 

AÛ24 Partial assessment 17.60 

Bneigaicy or O.P.D. - D^ician in Hospital But Not on Duty in the VtoExgoKy Dspart- 
msnt Ûien SeeiJig Batient(s) in the Bnergency or O.P.D. : - use General Listings 

Non-^nergEncy Bospital In-^^tient Services: (See Preamble paragraph B.39 - for 
emergency calls and other special visits to in-patients, use Gaieral Listings and 
Premiums [Preamble, paragraph B.43] vhen applicable). 

0025 Consultation 48.70 

0026 Repeat consultation 39.80 

0023 Specific assessment 34.30 

0024 Specific re-assessment 22.30 

Subsequent visits: (minor assessments) 

0022 up to five veëcs per visit 16.30 

0027 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (maDdnun pa: week $48.90) per visit 16.30 

0029 thirteenth week (majdjiun per month $97.80) per visit 16.30 

C028 Concurrent care (minor assessments) per visit 16.30 

Long TenB Institutional Care - Chronic and Convalescent Hospitals, Hemes for the Aged 
- I^tients Cowered by &ctended Gcire Legislation and Nursing Homes. 



WD25 Consultation 

W026 Repeat consultation 



For Services not listed, refer to Internal Medicine Section. 

General Listings: 

A415 Ccnsultation 

A545 Limited consultatiai 

A416 Repeat consultation '. 

M13 General assessment 

A414 General re-assessment 

M18 Partial assessment 

Biergency or O.P.D. : - Riysician in Hospital But not en Duty in the finezgeny 
Department Uhen Seeing I^tient(s) in the Biergency or O.P.D. : - use General 
Listings. 

Non-^nergency Hospital Ih-Catients Services: (see Preamble paragraph B.39 - for 
emergency calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listing and 
Premiims [Preamble, paragraph B.43] vAien applicable). 

C415 Consultation 

€545 Limited consultatiai 

C416 Repeat consultation 

C413 General assessment 

C414 General re-assessment 

Subsequent visits (minor assessments): 

C412 up to five weeks per visit 

C417 from sixth to thirteeith wedc inclusive (maximm per week $48.90) per visit 

C419 after thirteenth wedc (maDdnun per smth $97.80) per visit 

C418 Concurrent care (minor assessments) per visit 



48.70 
39.80 



100.70 
66.10 
66.10 
51.40 
37.20 
22.10 



100.70 
66.10 
66.10 
51.40 
37.20 

16.30 
16.30 
16.30 
16.30 



Ptcmiuns for Special Visits by Ftiyslcians, Detention Visits to I.C.U. or CCI). 
Chargeable in Addition to Above Pees - see Preaniile, Baxggrafih B43-46 



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GCIGULDŒI(f6 ilN) VISnS 

caetALSucsGr (03) 

General listii^: 

A035 Consultation 52.00 

A036 Repeat consultation 39.80 

A033 Specific assessment 35.50 

tûTA Partial assessment 18.00 

a mgany (x O.P.D. - RiysicUn in Hos|>ital But Not an Duty in the ft Kagany Depart- 
■ait Uhai Seeing I^tiait(s) in the ^agai cy cr O.P.D. : use General Listings 

Non-^KirgEncy Hospital Li-I^tlent Services: (see Preant}le paragraph B.39 - for 
emergency calls and othier special visits to in-patients, use General Listii)^ and 
Premivins [Preamble, paragraph B.43] «hen applicable). 

œ35 Consultation 52.00 

C036 Repeat consultation 39.80 

C033 Specific assessnent 35.50 

G034 Specific re-^assessment 22.30 

Subsequent visits: (minor asesanents) 

0032 up to five weeks per visit 16.30 

G037 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (aBXÏHB per veek $48.90) per visit 16.30 

C039 after thirteenth week (nsdauB per Bonth $97.80) per visit 16.30 

C038 Concurrent care (minor assessnents) per visit 16.30 

la% Tern ^bistituticnal Care - Chronic ad Oonvalescent Hospitals, Hcaes £ar the i^ed 

- I^tients Cowered by Bxtoided Care Legislation «nd Nursing Hoaes 

W035 Consultation 52.00 

W)36 Repeat consultation 39.80 

Subsequent visits (minor assessment, see Preenble, paragraph B.15): 

- chronic care or convalescent hospital (maxijiun of 10 per patient, per month) 

W)32 First 4 visits per month (chargeable by the most responsible physician) per visit 14.90 

U031 Subsequent visits per month per visit 12.00 

- Nursing home or other institution, covered by extended care legislation (maxijiuB 

of 5 per patient, per month) 

W)33 First 2 visits per month (chargeable by the most responsible physician) per visit 14.90 

W338 Subsequent visits per month pa: visit 12.00 

(StaH^ THGRAaC SMSa (64) 

Gaiecal Listingps: 

A845 Consultation 52.00 

A6^ Repeat consultation 39.80 

A643 Specific assessnent 35.50 

A644 Partial assessment 18.00 

BKTgency or O.P.D. - Riysician in Hosiiital But Not en Duty in die bergoxy 
DepartBoit Vhen Seeing I^tient(s) in tlie bescgency or O.P.D.: (Use General Listii^) 

Ncn-ocigency Hospital In-Platient Services: (see Preamble, parsç^aph B.39) - For 
emergency calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listii^ and 
premiuns [Preamble, par^raph B.43] when applicable). 

C845 Consultation 52.00 

0646 Repeat consultation 39.80 

0643 Specific assessment 35.50 

0644 Specific re-assessment 22.30 

Subsecfjent visits: (minor assessments) 

0642 up to five weeks per visit 16.30 

0647 firom sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (aaDdaa per week $48.90) per visit 16.30 

0649 after thirteenth week (BaDdaui per aonth $97.80) per visit 16.30 

0648 Concurrent care (minor assessments) per visit 16.30 

Prenias for Styrial Visits by Riysiciais, Detentioi Visits to I.C.U. or C.C.U. 
Chargealile in Additiai to Above Fees - see Pteaable, ?saaqfa^ B43-46 



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ca^jij/ai(ns ttD wisrrs 

Gode CTflRAL IBCKAdC SBŒRÏ (64) - Cont'd. 

Ux)g Term Institutional Care - Chrmic and Convalescent Hospitals, Bodes fen: the Aged 
- I^tients Cbvered by Extended Care Legislation and Nursing Bornés: 

W645 Consultation 52.00 

W646 Repeat consultation 39.80 

HAB1AT0L0GÏ (61) 

For Services not listed, refer to Internal Medicine Section. 

Genoal Listing: 

A615 Consultation 100.70 

A655 Limited consultation 66. 10 

A616 Repeat consultation 66. 10 

A613 General assessment 51.40 

A61A General re-assessment 37. 20 

A618 Partial assessment 22.10 

Bner^gEncy or O.P.D. : - Riysiciai in Bos{>ital But not on Duty in the Bnergency 
DefBTtment Uhen Seeing I^tient(s) in the Qaergpncy or O.P.D. : - use General Listings 

Non-^taeigency Bospital In-Ratients Services: (see Preamble, paragraph B.39 - for 
emergency calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and 
Premiums [Preanfcle, paragraph B.43] when applicable). 

C615 Consultation 100.70 

C655 Limited consultation 66. 10 

C616 Repeat consultation 66. 10 

0613 General assessment 51.40 

0614 General re-assessment 37.20 

Subsequent visits (minor assessments): 

0612 up to five veeks per visit 16.30 

0617 from sixth to thirteenth wedc inclusive (mfprimm per \reek $48.90) per visit 16.30 

0619 after thirteenth week (maxiiiuB per month $97.80) per visit 16.30 

0618 Concurrent care (minor assessments) per visit 16.30 

]NIB9«VL MEDICINB (13) 

General ListiiiBs: 

A135 Consultation 100.70 

A435 Limited consultation 66.10 

A136 Repeat consultation 66.10 

A133 General assessment 51.40 

A134 General re-assessment 37.20 

A138 Partial assessment 22.10 

Bnergency or O.P.D. - Riysician in Hospital But Not on Duty in the Bner^eency Depart- 
nsnt Uhen Seeing fotient(s) in the BBez]gEncy or O.P.D.: - use General Listings 

Non-BnerigEncy In-fetient Services: (see Preamble, paragraph B.39 - for emergency calls 
and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and Premiuns 
[Preamble, paragraph B.43) when applicable). 

a35 Consultation 100.70 

C435 Limited consultation 66.10 

Q36 Repeat consultation 66.10 

C133 General assessment 51.40 

0134 General re-assessment 37.20 

PraiduBS for Special Visits by Ehysiciais, Detention Visits to I.C.U. or C.C.U. 
OaiBeahle in Addition to Abowe Fees - see Preoriile, Rausigtaph B43-46 



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OnCUiEffErCNS y»» VISITS 

Code INIHÏW. fflUCDC (B) - Cont'd. 

Subsequent visits: (minor assessments) 

0132 up to five weeks per visit 16.30 

C137 from sixth to thirteenth veek inclusive (oarinun per vaek. $48.90) per visit 16.30 

a39 after thirteenth week («ajcrn» per ««ith $97.80) per visit 16.30 

C138 Concurrent care (minor assesanents) per visit 16.30 

Ltug Texm Institutional Ciaze: (for emergency calls and other special visits to insti- 
tutional patients, use General Listings and Prenduns [Preainble, paragraph B.43] when 
applicable) . 

(Imnic Care Hospitals, GonvalesoExit Hospital, Nursing Hcaes or other Institutions in 
«hich patients are GcTvered by E xt aried Gare Legislation: 

W235 Consultation 100.70 

W435 Limited consultation 66.10 

W236 Repeat consultation 66.10 

W232 Admission assessnent (see Preamble) Type 1 44.60 

U234 Type 2 14.90 

W237 Type 3 26.40 

U239 Annual physical examination 44.60 

U134 General re-assesanent of patient in nursing home or covered by extended care legislation 14.90 

Mote: Hay only be claimed 6 months after Annual Health Examination (as per the 
Nursing Homes Act). 

Subsequent visits(minor assessments): 

- chronic care or convalescent hospital (maxinun of 10 per patient, per month) 

V132 - first 4 visits per month (chargeable by most responsible physician) per visit 16.30 

V131 - subsequent visits per month per visit 12. (X) 

- nursing home or other institution, covered by extended care legislation (maximun of 
5 per patient, per month) 

W133 - first 2 visits per month (chargeable by most responsible physician) per visit 16.30 

W138 - subsequent visits per month per visit 12. CD 

HoBBS for the Aged and Other IiistitutlGns in viiich I^tients are Not Cowered by 
Bictended Care législation: use General Listings and Prenduns (Preamble, pars^raph 
B.43) when applicable. General Listings uxter these ciromstances also apply to 
patients seen in bed rather than an office supplied by the Institution. 

UOBXrCEÏ «SCDC (28) -He foUoving fees axe applicAle to specialists in Medical 
Mochanstry, Hedical Microbiology, Anatodc and GoEcal Batfaolagy 

General Listings: 

A285 Consultation 86.70 

A286 Repeat or limited consultation 57.80 

A585 Diagnostic consultation - see definition in Preamble, par^raph l(j) 57.80 

fkn-&BrfgBncy Hospital In-I^tiait Services: (see Preamble, paragraph B.39 - for 
emergency calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and 
Premiuns [Preamble, paragraph B.43] when applicable). 

C285 Consultation 86.70 

C286 Repeat or limited consultation 57.80 

C585 Diagnostic consultation 57.80 

C288 Concurrent care per visit 16.30 



PremuB foe . S pe cial Visits by R^siciaRS, Detention Visits to I.C.U. or C.C.U. 
Chargeable in Addition to Above Fées - see PreESExLe, ^ur^^raph B43-46 



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4560 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

COGUiDŒIONS >M) VlSnS 

msa£Gî (18) 

General listii^: 

A185 Consultation 100.70 

A385 Limited consultation 66.10 

A186 Repeat consultation 66.10 

A183 General assessment 51.40 

A184 General re-assessment 37.20 

A188 Partial assessment 22.10 

Bnergency or O.P.D. - Riysician in Hospital But not on Duty in the BDecgaxy De|»rt- 
ment Uhen Seeing Batient(s) in the Bnetgaicy or O.P.D. : - use General Listings 

Ncn-finergency Hospital In-fetiait Services: (see Preanfcle paragraph B.39 - for 
emergency fall»; and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and 
Premiums (Preamble, paragraph 8.43] when applicable). 

a85 Consultation 100.70 

C385 Limited consultation 66.10 

C186 Repeat consultation 66.10 

C183 General assessment 51.40 

C184 General re-assessment 37.20 

Subsequent visits: (minor assessments) 

C182 up to five weeks per visit 16.30 

C187 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (maodiuB per week $48.90) per visit 16.30 

C189 after thirteenth week (maodJiun per Bcnth $97.80) per visit 16.30 

Q88 Concurrent care (minor assessments) per visit 16.30 

Lo^ Tezm Iistituticnal Gare - ChrGnic and Convalescent Hospitals, Homes for the ^^ged 
- I^tients Cowered by Extended Care L^gislatian and Nursing Hones: 

W185 Consultation 100.70 

W385 Limited consultation 66.10 

U186 Repeat consultation 66. 10 

Code taSCBMSES (04) 
General Listii^: 

A045 Consultation 77.80 

A046 Repeat consultation 44.20 

A043 Specific assessment 44.20 

P£M Particil assessment 22.70 

Bnergency or O.P.D. - Riyslcian in Hospital But Not on Duty in the Bneigency Depart 
ment When Seeing I^tient(s) in the BneiBency ch: O.P.D. : - use General Listings 

Non-finergency Hospital In-Ratient Services: (see Preamble paragraph B.39 - for 
emergency call»! and other special visits to ix>-patients, use General Listings and 
Premiuns [Preamble, paragraph B.43] vAien applicable). 

0045 Consultation 77.80 

0046 Repeat consultation 44.20 

C043 Specific assessment ^'^0 

0044 Specific re-assessment 22.70 

Subsequent visits: (minor assessments) 

0042 up to five weeks per visit 16.30 

0047 from sixth to thirteenth wedc inclusive (mEPdmn per \«ek $48.90) per visit 16.30 

0049 after thirteenth week (maxinun per month $97.80) per visit 16.30 

0048 Concurrent care (minor assessments) per visit 16.30 

Lcr^ Term Iistitutional Care - Chnnic and Convalescait Hospital, Homes fxx the Aged - 
Patients Covered by Exteided Care Legislation and Nursing Homes: 

W045 Consultation 77.80 

W046 Repeat consultation ^^-20 

Premiuns for I^Kcial Visits by Hiysicians, Detention Visits to I.CU. or C.C.U. 
Chargeable in ikldition to Above Fees - see Preeniile, Paragraph B43-46 



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O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4561 

ociGUJfflias /N) vEsns 

NXUBAR »BIIOie (63) 

G635 Consultation 57,00 

G634 Repeat consultation 39.20 

G935 Diîç^iostic consultation - see definition in Preamble, paragraph l(k) 25.20 

G632 Partial assessment 22.10 

GBSIEIKICS /H) GSmœOLOGY (20) 

Goiecal Listii^ 

A205 Consultation* 51.60 

A206 Repeat consultation* 39.80 

A203 Specific assessment* 35.50 

A204 Partial assessment 17,75 

^Bcgemy or O.P.D. - Ehysiciai in Bospital But Not oi Duty in the âBcgoicy DEfart- 
■ait tfien Seeing Batiait(s) in the beaqgency or O.P.D. : - use General Listings. 

Ncn-ABEgency Ebspital In-{^tiait Servioes: (see Preamble paragraph B.39 - for 
emergency calls éBid other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and 
Premiuns [Preamble paragraph B.43] uhen applicable). 

C205 Consultation* 51.60 

C206 Repeat consultation* 39.80 

€203 Specific assessment* 35.50 

C204 Specific re-assessment* 22.30 

Subsequent visits: (minor assessments) 

C202 up to five weeks per visit 16.30 

C207 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (madmm per veek $48.90) per visit 16. X 

C209 after thirteenth week (BaDdaB per aontfa $97.80) per visit 16.X 

C2C8 Concurrent care (minor assessments) per visit 16.30 

Long Tera Institutiaial Care - Chronic and Coivalescait Hospitals, Hcaes for the Aged 
- Ratients Gcwered by Extended Care Legislation and Nursing Hcaes: 

W305 Consultation* 51.60 

W306 Repeat consultation* 39.80 

*Includes (%tiere indicated) biopsy of cervix, Papanicolaou snear, examination of 
trichomonas suspension. 

Cbde ŒHmtl}VL£Gf (23) 

General Listing: 

A235 Consultation 50.90 

A236 Repeat consultation 40.70 

A233 Specific assessment 36.90 

A234 Partial assessment 18.25 

B »3.gmLy or O.P.D. - Riysician in Hospital But Not en Duty in the Oeigency DEfiart- 
■ent Uhai Seeing I^tiait(s) in the tÉEigaicy or O.P.D.: - use General Listings 

Nbn-bergoKy Bospital In-Ratient Services: (see Preanfcle, paragraph B.39 - for 
emergency calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and 
Premiums [Preamble, parc^raph B.43] whe applicable). 

C235 Consultation 50.90 

C236 Repeat consultation 40.70 

C233 Specific assessment 36.90 

Prenias for fi^yrial Visits by Riysicians, Detention ^^sits to I.CU. or CCU. 
Chargeable in Additim to Above Fees - see PmatJ e, Parag^sfh B43-46 



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4562 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

OGNSULDŒIONS AN) VISnS 

Code ŒBJBfilVUXn (23) - Cont'd. 

C234 Specific re-assessment 22.50 

Subsequent visits: (minor assessments) 

C232 up to five veeks per visit 16.30 

C237 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (maariimn per week $48.90) per visit 16.30 

C239 after thirteenth week (nHJdinum per month $97.80) per visit 16.30 

C238 Concurrent care (minor assessments) per visit 16.30 

hang Tetm Instituticnal Care - Chronic and Oonvalescent Ho^itals, HcnES for the t^ied 

- Patients Cowered by Extended Care Legislation and Nursing Homes: 

W535 Consultation 50.90 

W536 Repeat consultation 40.70 

€RIBH>AQIEC SUCERT (06) 

General listings: 

A065 Consultation 49.50 

AÛ66 Repeat consultaticxi 39.80 

A063 Specific assessmait 34.30 

A064 Partial assessment 17.60 

Bnergaxy or O.P.D. - Riysician in Ebspital But Not on Duty in the Bnergency Depart- 
ment Ûiai Seeing I^tient(s) in the Viiexgaxy or O.P.D. : - use General Listings 

Non-Bnergemy Hospital Ih-Paticnt Services: (see Preamble, paragraph B.39 - for 
emergency calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and 
Premiums [Preamble paragraph B.43] v*ien applicable). 

0065 Consultation 49.50 

C066 Repeat consultation 39.80 

C063 Specific assessment 34.30 

0064 Specific re-assessment 22.30 

Subsequent visits: (minor assessments) 

0062 up to five weë<s per visit 16.30 

C067 from sixth to thirteenth wedc inclusive (mRoriimm per week $48.90) per visit 16.30 

C069 after thirteenth wedc (naxijiuii per month $97.80) per visit 16.30 

C068 Concurrent care (minor assessment) per visit 16.30 

Long Tenn Institutional Care - Chronic and C^onvalesoent Hospitals, Homes for the /^ged 

- Patients Oivered by Extended CSaie Legislation and Nursing Homes: 

W)65 Consultation 49.50 

WD66 Repeat consultation 39.80 

Subsequent visits (minor assessments) 

- chronic care or convalescent hospital (maximum of 10 per patient, per month) 

vro62 - first 4 visits per month (chargeable by most responsible physician) per visit 14.90 

U061 - subsequent visits per month per visit 12.00 

- nursing home or other institution covered by extended care legislation (maximim of 5 
per patient, per month) 

UD63 - first 2 visits per month (chargeable by most responsible physician per visit 14.90 

W068 - subsequent visits per mtxith per visit 12.00 

ODXARSNaOLOGY (24) 

General Listings: 

A245 Consultatif 50.00 

A246 Repeat consultation 39.80 

A243 Specific assessment 35. 50 

A244 Partial assessment 18.00 

Bnergency or O.P.D. - Riysician in Hospital But Not on Duty in the Bnetgency Depart- 
ment When Seeing fetient(s) in the Etergency or O.P.D. : - Use Genial Listings 

Premiins for Special Visits fay Riysidans, Detention Visits to I.C.U. or C.C.U. 
Chargeable in Addition to Above Fees - see Preairiûe, Paragra|ii B43-46 



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O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4563 

(hgule/oigns ^M) visrrs 

Cbde OTMiWSKDLOGy (24) - Cont'd. 

Non-Bnecgency Hospital In-I^tiait Services: (see Preamble paragraph B.39 - for 
emergency rallc; and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and 
Premiums (Preamble, paragraph B.43] when applicable). 

C245 Consultaticjn 50.00 

(246 Repeat consultation 39.80 

C243 Specific assessment 35.50 

C244 Specific re-assessment 22.30 

Subsequent visits: (minor assessments) 

C242 up to five weeks per visit 16.30 

C247 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (■mriMM per «eek $48.90) per visit 16.30 

C249 after thirteenth week (HaDciBa per Bcnth $97.80) per visit 16.30 

0248 Concurrent care (minor assessnent) per visit 16.30 

loig TexB Institutional Care - Chronic aid Convalescait Hospitals, Hcaes for the Aged 
- I^tlents GcwecBd ty Bictended Care Ifyislaticn and Nucsdif^ Hoks: 

W345 Consultation 50.00 

W346 R^jeat consultation 39.80 

BAHH/OBIGS (26). 

General Listii^^: 

A265 Consultation 100.70 

A665 Prenatal consultation 59.90 

A565 Limited consultation 66.10 

A266 Repeat consultation 66.10 

A263 General assessment 48.30 

A264 General re--assessment 31.60 

A007 Intermediate assessment/Well baby care 22.30 

A261 Minor assessment 14.90 

K267 Annual health examination - child éifter second birthday 27.25 

K269 - adolescent 39.60 

Note: Diagnostic interview and/or counselling with diild and/or parent - see Practice in 
General Listings (p.3) 

bergency or O.P.D. - Efiysician in Hospital But Fbt on Duty in the ftcrgoxy Depart- 
■Hit Whai Seeing fetient(s) in the bergency or O.P.D. : - use General Listings 

Nan-&eigaKy Hospital In-ftitient Servioes: (see Preamble, pare^^raph B.39 - for 
emergency calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and 
Premiums (Preamble, paragraph B.43 J when applicable). 

C265 Consultation 100.70 

C665 Prenatal consultation ^ 59.90 

C565 Limited consultation 66.10 

C266 Repeat consultation 66.10 

C263 General assessment 48.30 

C264 General re-assessment 31.60 

Subsequent visits: (minor assessnents) 

C262 up to six weeks per visit 16.30 

C267 from seventh to thirteenth week inclusive (■aodBui per week $48.90) per visit 16.30 

C269 after thirteenth week (■Eud»» per Bonth $97.80) per visit 16.30 

C268 Concurrent care (minor assessments) per visit 16.30 



FroiiBS for Special Visits by Riyslciais, Detcntioi Visits to I.C.U. or CCU. 
Qiargeable in Mditicn to Above Rees - see Pteaable, t^re^Eafii B43-46 



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4564 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

OQMEUuyaKNS i»D VEsrrs 

Code PAHIE/aRrCS - Cont'd. 

H267 Attendance at maternal delivery 56.15 

Note: Consultation should not be claimed with attendance at maternal delivery. Other fees 
may apply. 

H261 Newborn care in hospital and/or home 51.20 

Low birthweight baby care (uncomplicated) 

H262 - initial visit (per baby) 44.60 

H263 - thereafter per visit 14.90 

N.C. Pre-adoption examination and evaluation for C. A. S N.A.B. 

Chraiic and Gonvalesoent Hmspital; 

W265 Consultation 100.70 

W565 Limited consultation 66.10 

W266 Repeat consultation 66.10 

W562 Admission assessment (see Preamble) Type 1 44.60 

W564 lype 2 14.90 

W567 Type 3 26.40 

Subsequent visits (maximum of 10 per patient, per month) 

W262 - first 4 visits per month (chargeable by most responsible physician) per visit 16.30 

W261 - subsequent visits per month per visit 11.10 

W269 Annual physical examination 27.25 

Note: In surgical cases requiring medical direction, standard in-hospital medical fees are 
to be charged in addition to the surgical fee. This includes all operations on 
babies under one year of age, and éill other older children vA» require medical 
supervision. 

FHÎSICAL MQSCDe AND REBAEODLXIAIION (31) 

General Listings: 

A315 Consultation 100.70 

A515 Limited consultation 66.10 

A316 Repeat consultation 66. 10 

A313 General assessment 49.50 

A310 General re-assessment 35.90 

A314 Partial assessment 22.90 

Bner^gency or O.P.D. - Riysicdai in Hospital But Not on Duty in the Bnezgenc^ De(»rt- 
ncnt Uhen Seeii^ fotiait(s) in the Bnexgency or O.P.D. :- use General Listings 

Non-Bnergency Ebepital In-^ticnt Services: (see Preamble, paragraph B.39 - for 
emergency calls and other special visits to in-patients, use (General Listings and 
Premiums [Preamble, paragraph B.43] when a^licable). 

C315 Consultation 100.70 

C515 Limited consultation 66.10 

C316 Repeat consultation 66.10 

C313 General assessment 49.50 

C314 General re-assessment 35.90 

Subsequent visits: (minor assessments) 

C312 up to five weeks per visit 16.30 

C317 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (maxiaun pa: \«ek $48.90) per visit 16.30 

C319 after thirteenth week (maximum per month $97.80) per visit 16.30 

C318 Concurrent care (minor assessments) per visit 16.30 



PiemiuiB for Special Visits by Riysicians, Detention Visits to I.CU. <»: C.C.U. 
OBigeedde in Addition to Above Fees - see Pteamlile, Baiagraph B43-46 



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O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4565 

GQNSUJDŒICNS iM) VISETS 

Cbde imSIQtt. tfllHniE /VD BŒABILmXION (31) - Cont'd. 

Lcf^ Tena Iretitutlonal Care - Cfanxiic Care Hospitals, Cbnvalescoit Hospitals, Nursi^K 
ftaœ or Otha: Institutions in vhich I^tients are Govered by fictaxled Care 
Legislation: 

W515 Consultation 100.70 

U310 Limited consultation 66.10 

W516 Repeat consultation 66.10 

U512 Admission assessment (see Preanble) Type 1 44.60 

ySlA Type 2 14.90 

W517 Type 3 26.40 

W419 Amual physical examination 44.60 

U314 General re-assessment of patient in nursing home or covered by extended care legislation 14.90 

Hay only be claimed 6 months éifter Amual Health &<amination (as per the Nursing Homes 

Act). 

Subsequent visits (minor assessments): 

- chronic care or convalescent hospital (maximun of 10 per patient, per month) 

W312 - first 4 visits per month (chargeable by most responsible physician) per visit 16.30 

W311 - subsequent visits per month per visit 12.00 

- nursing home or other institution covered by extended care legislation (maxinun of 5 
per patient, per month) 

U3D - first 2 visits per month (chargeable by most responsible physician) per visit 16.30 

W318 - subsequent visits per month per visit 12.00 

Hoaes for the t^ed and Other InstitutioB in vhich Ratients are Mot Oovcred by Extended 
Care Legislation: - use General Listings and Premiums (Preamble, paragraph B.43 when 
applicable). General Listings inder these circunstances also apply to patients seen 
in bed rather than an office supplied by the institution. 

Tern HanagEBent in a Rehabilitation Uiit (active in-patient rehabilitation management 
from the initiation of rehabilitation care). 

Active in-patient rehabilitation management from the initiation of rehabilitation care 
as it applies to fee codes H312, H317 and H319 means when this service is rendered 
by one physiatrist even if part of the service is rendered in an active treatment 
hospital and part is rendered in a rehabilitation mit, the weekly and monthly 
limitations under the following fee codes apply to the total rehabilitation care 
rendered. In other words, it is not possible to charge the maxiraum fees allowed 
under C312, C317 and C319 and then start billing de novo inter H312, H317 and H319 
under the above circunstances. 

H312 up to twelve weeks per visit 16.30 

H317 from thirteenth to twenty-sixth week (■HDd«» per *eek $48.90) per visit 16.30 

H319 twenty-seventh week onwards (BaxiMJi per Bonth $97.80) per visit 16.30 

Rehabilitation Procedures: Interviewing and counselling of patients and/or relatives 

H313 per half hour or major part thereof (includes report) 40.50 

Etiysiatric Hanagesnt: applies to physiatrists regulating the day to day management 
of patients when medical necessity requires prescription development, advice and 
supervision. It may be billed on the days when rehabilitation services are provided 
to patients seen previously by the physiatrist for consultation or assessment. The 
fee is not meant as an adidnistrative fee for supervising a department of rehabili- 
tation nor is it to be charged on the same day as claims are nède for any other 
services which are provided by the physiatrist to the same patient(s). This fee 
applies only to those patients who require and receive frequent attention by the 
physician during the course of rehabilitation with regard to rehabilitative services 
K313 of physical or occupational therapy, speech therapy aid discharge planning 2.55 



ProduB for Special Visits by Riysicians, Detention Visits to I.CU. or CCU. 
OiaEgeable in Addition to Èbcf^ i^es - see PreoHbLe, I^zagtafii B43-46 



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4566 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

OCNSULI/aiaB AM) VISITS 

Gbde FLASnC SIBCHOT (OB) 

General listings: 

AD85 Qxisultation 48.50 

ADe6 Repeat consultation 39.80 

Aœ3 Specific assessment 35.10 

A06A Partial assessment 17.60 

Emergency or O.P.D. - Riysician in Ebspital But Not en Duty in the Bnexgency 
Department Mien Seeing E^tient(s) in the Bnergency or O.P.D. : use General Listings 

Non-HOnergenc/ Hôpital In-Ratient Services: (see Preamble, paragraph B.39 - for 
emergency calls and other speciéil visits to in-patients, use General Listings and 
Premiums [Preamble, paragraph B.43] v^ien applicable). 

0085 Consultation 48.50 

0086 Repeat consultation 39.80 

0083 Specific assessment 35. 10 

0084 Specific re-assessment 22.30 

Subsecpjent visits: (minor assessments) 

0082 up to five weeks per visit 16.30 

0087 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (nHximm per \reek $48.90) per visit 16.30 

O089 after thirteenth week (maDdnun per month $97.80) per visit 16.30 

0088 Caicurrent care (minor assessments) per visit 16. 30 

Long Tenn Institutional Care - Chrcnic and Gonvalesoent Hospitals, Hones for the Aged - 
I^tients Gorvered by Extaided Care legislation and Nursing Homes: 

U085 Consultation 48.50 

W086 Repeat consultation 39.80 

PSKHIAUOr (19) 

General Listings: 

A195 Consultatic»! 110.65 

A395 Limited consultation 66. 10 

Al% Repeat consultation 66. 10 

A193 Specific assessment 50.80 

A194 Partial assessment 21.90 

Hnergency or O.P.D.-Riyslcian in Hôpital But Not on Duty in the Eaecgaxy Department 
When Seeing ^tient(s) in the Eknecgency or O.P.D. : use General Listing 

Non-Bnergency Hospital Services: (in-patient, day care, night care, residential care - 
see Preamble paragraph B.39 - for emergency calls or otim: special visits to 
patiaits use General Listings and Premiims [Preamble, paragraph B.43] when 
applicable) . 

C195 Consultation 110.65 

C395 Limited consultation 66. 10 

a% Repeat consultation 66. 10 

C193 Specific assessment 50.80 

C194 Specific re-assessment 36. 70 

Subsequent visits: (minor assessments) 

C192 up to five weeks per visit 16.30 

C197 from sixth to thirteenth weëc inclusive (mRorimm per week $48.90) per visit 16.30 

C199 after thirteenth weëc (maxijiun per month $97.80) per visit 16.30 

C198 Concurrent care (minor assessments) per visit 16.30 

Prenduns for Special Visits by Riysicians, Detention Visits to I.C.U. or C.C.U. 
Qiaigeable in Addition to Above Fees - see PteentiLe, Baragraph B43-46 



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O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4567 

Code PSÎŒMST (19) - Cont'd. 

lixig TeEB Institutional Care - Qmnic and Cbnvalesoait Hospitals, Hoes far the figjed 
- fotieits Gmœd by Ëctended Care Legislation and Nursing Hoaes: 

W195 Ccxisultation 110.65 

W395 Limited consultation 66.10 

V196 Repeat consultation 66.10 

Other Services: 
N.C. Specific assessment with report to referring agency N.A.B. 

Consultation on behalf of disturted child (including report): 

A197 consultative interview vdth parents %.20 

A198 consultative interview with child %.20 

Note: (Assessment conference with parents should be dauned on the basis of fandly therapy). 
A197, AI98 - are to be considered as consultations. 

Therapeutic supervision with any para-medical organization 
N.C. (health education, correction and other comoïiity resources) N.A.B. 

Appearance before Advisory Review Board or Review Board - per 1/2 hour or major part 
N.C. thereof N.A.B. 

Consultation for involmtary psychiatric treatment (as mandated by Section 35(43) of 
K620 the Mental Health Act) - per 1/2 hour or major part thereof 48.70 

Note: Interviews with relatives on behalf of a patient, C.A.S. or legal guardian, etc. - 
see Practice in General Listings (p.3) 

Certification of Hental Illness 

Application for psychiatric assessnent, (as mandated by the Hental Health Act) - 
including necessary history, examination, notification of the patient, fandly and 

K623 relevant authorities and completion of form 1 74.70 

Certification of involintary ainission (as required by the Mental Health Act including 
history examination, notification of the patient, family and relevant authorities 

K624 and conpletion of form 3 90.80 

N.C. Certification of inconf)etence(fin£aicial) including assessment to determine inccn- 

petence N.A.B. 

K629 All other re-certif ication(s) of involintary adnission 27.25 

Note: Consultation or assessment normally may not be claimed in addition to certification 
or re-certification (same visit). 

PSychothecfy: (See Preamble) 
Notes: (1) For electrotherapy fees, see Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures. 

(2) Individual psychotherapy rendered in the office or hypnotherapy or counselling 

are not to be charged in conjvnction with other consultations or visits 
rendered by a physician on the same day inless there are clearly defined 
different diagnoses for the tvo services. 

(3) When diarging group therapy, the smaller (4 or 5 people) or larger groups 

(6 to 12 people) is to be di2u:ged for but not more than one for the same group. 

(4) Psychotherapy, Eiypnotherapy may not be claimed with diagnosis of acne, 

psoriasis, smoking, obesity nor in conjinction with delivery. 

Individual outpatient psychotherapy (including aversive conditioning, narcoanalysis, 
K197 psychoanalysis) per 1/2 hour or major part thereof 48.35 

Individual inpatient psychotherapy (including aversive conditioning, narcoanalysis, 
K190 psydwanalysis) per 1/2 hour or major part thereof 48.35 



Preaiias tac Special Visits by Riysicians, Detoition Visits to I.CU. or CCI). 
Chargeaiile in Addition to Above Fees - see PreeaixLe, E^ragtaph B43-46 



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4568 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

cxtBULTfina^ fH) visrrs 

Qxte PSKHDORY (19) - Ccxit'd. 

Group psychotherapy - out-patients 

- per member, per 1/2 hour or major part thereof 

K203 - up to six hours per day - 4 people 12.05 

K204 - 5 people 9.90 

K205 - 6 - 12 people 8.60 

N.C. per member, per 1/2 hour (sevaith to ninth hour per day) N.A.B. 

Group psychotherapy - in-patients 

- per member, per 1/2 hour or major part thereof 

K200 - up to six hours per day - 4 people 12.05 

K201 - 5 people 9.90 

K202 - 6 - 12 people 8.60 

N.C per member, per 1/2 hour (seventh to ninth hoiir per day) N.A.B. 

Family Therapy - outpatients (two or more family menters) 

K195 per 1/2 hour or rajor part thereof 54.90 

Family therapy - in-patients (two or more family meriiers) 

K193 per 1/2 hour or major part thereof 54.90 

Note: Family therapy should be claimed on the patient's claim card with diagnosis. 

Hypnother^y: 

K192 Individual - per 1/2 hour or major part thereof 48. 35 

Group - for induction and training for hypnosis (up to eight people) per 1/2 hour or 
K194 major part thereof - per member 9.90 

fttULOLCGÎ-niJGtOSnC (33) 

General Llstii^: 
A335 Consultation 26.10 

Non-^neiijtsKy Hospital Service: 
C335 Consultatioi 26.10 

RADEAIION GNOOLOGÏ - (IBEBAFEUnC VMKOUJSÏ) (34) 

General LLstiiigs: 

A345 Consultation 100.70 

A745 Limited coisultation 66. 10 

A346 Repeat consultation 66.10 

A341 Genosl assessnent 51.40 

A340 General re-assessment 37.20 

A344 Partial assessment 22.10 

Non-^nexgency Hospital In-^tient Services: 

C345 Consultation 100.70 

C745 Limited consultation 66.10 

C346 Repeat consultation 66.10 

C341 General assessnent 51.40 

C340 Genocal re-assesanent 37.20 

Subsequent visits: (minor assessment) 

C342 up to five wedcs per visit 16.30 

C347 from sixth to thirteenth week, inclusive (manrimm per week. $48.90) per visit 16.30 

C349 after thirteenth week (maDdmin per month $97.80) per visit 16.30 

C348 Concurrent Care (minor assessments) per visit 16.30 



BnecBsncy or O.P.D.: -Riysician in Hôpital But not oi Duty in the B magan y Depart 
ment Ûien Seeii^g Bati6nt(s) in the Bnezgency or O.P.D.:-U9e General Listings 

Proniuns for Special Visits by Etiysiciais, Detention Visits to I.CU. or C.C.U. 
dergeable in Addition to Above Pees - see PceonhLe, Paragcafh B43-46 



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O. Reg. 472/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



4569 



WSPJBJ<nFS mSASB (47) 

For Services not listed, refer to Internal Medicine Section. 

Geneial listing: 

M75 Consultation 100.70 

A575 Limited consultation 66.10 

M76 Repeat consultation 66.10 

M73 General assessment 51.40 

M7A General re-assessment 37.20 

M78 Partial assessment 22.10 



Nan-acKBOicy Hospital In-fetient Services: 
(para. B.39 of Preanfcle - for emergency calls and other special visits to in-patients, 
use General Listings and Premiins [para. B43 of Preeai>le] vhen applicable). 

C475 Consultation 

€575 Limited consultation 

0^76 Repeat consultation 

C473 General assessment 

C474 General re-assessment 

Subsequent visits (minor assesanents): 

C472 up to five weeks per visit 

Oi77 from sixth to thirteenth week iix:liisive (moàmm per veek $48.90) per visit 

C479 after thirteenth week (aaxiaB per Bontfa $97.80) per visit 

C478 Concurrent care (minor assessments) per visit 

wBtvaaujsi (48) 

For Services not listed, refer to Internal Medicine Section. 

General listing: 

M85 Consultation 

A595 Limited consultation 

PA86 Repeat consultation 

A483 General assessnent 

A484 General re-assessment 

A<^ Partial assessment 

bergency «: O.P.D. :- Fhysician in Hospital But not on Duty in the ^ergaxy DEpart- 
■ent Uhoi Seeing I^tient(s) in the ftergefxy or O.P.D. : - use General Listings 

Non-aergoKy Hospital Ih-fotient Services: 

(see para. 839 of Preamble - for emergency calls and other special visits to 
in-patients, use General Listings and Premiims [PreaaÉile, paragraph B.43] %Aien 
applicable) . 

«85 Consultation 

C595 Limited consultation 

C486 Repeat consultation 

0483 General assessment 

C484 General re-assessment 

Subsequent visits(minor assessments): 
0482 up to five weeks per visit 

0487 from sixth to thirteenth week inclusive (■Fpri»» per week $48.90) per visit 

0489 after thirteenth week (■asdaa per aonth $97.80) per visit 

0488 Concurrent care(minor assessments) per visit 



100.70 
66.10 
66.10 
51.40 
37.20 

16.30 
16.30 
16.30 
16.30 



100.70 
66.10 
66.10 
51.40 
37.20 
22.10 



100.70 
66.10 
66.10 
51.40 
37.20 

16.30 
16.30 
16.30 
16.30 



bergency or O.P.D. - Riysician in Hospital But Not on Duty in the ^ergency Depart- 
■oit Uhen Seeing I^tiait(s) in the âergeny or O.P.D. : use General Listings 

PronuBs for ^«cial Visits by Itysicians, Detoition Visits to I.CU. or CCU. 
Chargeable in Addition to Abowe F^es - see Presable, ^ragtaph B43-46 



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ai6ULi%iici6 /M) visns 

IFM/JGT (35) 

General listing: 

A355 Consultation* 48.50 

A356 Repeat consultation* 39.80 

A353 Specific assessment* 35.50 

A354 Partial assessment 17.60 

Ncn-Bnergaicy Hospital Ih-Ratients Services: (see Preamble, paragraph B.39 - for 
emergency calls and other special visits to in-patients, use General Listings and 
Premiims [paragraph B.43 of Preamble] vAien applicable). 

C355 Consultation* 48.50 

C356 Repeat consultation* 39.80 

C353 Specific assessment* 35.50 

C354 Specific re-assessment 22.30 

Subsequent visits: (minor assessments) 

€352 up to five weeks per visit 16.30 

C357 from sixth to thirteenth wedc inclusive (mnoriinin per veek $48.90) per visit 16.30 

C359 after thirteenth week (maxinun per nonth $97.80) per visit 16.30 

C358 Concurrent Ccire (minor assessments) per visit 16.30 

Long Tenn Institutional Care - Chnnic and Convalescait Hospitals, Hones for the Èged 
- I^tients Covered by Extended Care Legislation and Nursing Hones: 

W355 Consultation* 48.50 

W356 R^jeat consultation* 39.80 

*May include physical examination pertaining to the geni to-urinary tract and vhen 
necessary such procedures as urethral calibration, catheterization and prostatic 
fluid examination, but not to include endoscopic examination. 



Premins for Special Visits by Riysicians, Detention Visits to I.C.U. or C.C.U. 
ChargeabLe in Mditioi to Above Pees - see Preeable, Bau:agraph B43-46 



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UetBKSXSS ÏBECŒ 

Gode 

ittWrOMICAL PfflHDLDGÎ, HESTOLOGr AM) CTTOLOGT (Fees for Diagnostic Inteq)retation of 

Laboratory Procedures) 

Preortile 

1. The following fees involve respcxtsibilities for accessioning specimens and 
interpreting the diagnostic descriptions. 

2. On occasion the services provided by the laboratory physician wgy involve 
siAstantially greater professional responsibility and expertise than is pro%àded for 
in these fees. In such cases, the physician may claim for these on an independent 
consideration basis provided that the nature of the services and their 
distinguishing features are adequately described. 

3. The surgical pathology fees are organized according to services requiring increasing 
expertise and time and are defined as follows: 

Sinple specimen - includes gross and, where necessary, nricroscopic examination and 
interpretation of snail tissues requiring less time, effort and pcofessicnal 
r esponsibility than the next category. A sinple specimen will ordinarily include 
tissue considered by the physician to be "normal" (e.g. uterine tubes, vas deferens, 
hernial sac, etc.). 

Small or inconplicated specimen - includes saell tissues thought to be abnonnal 
\Mch carry more professional respasibility and effort than those described in the 
previous category, and in which the nunber of slides is snail. As a rule, this 
category wuld apply to a single snail specimen or to two specimens if two tissues 
are ccobined on a slide (e.g. skin biopsy, endometrial biopsy). 

Multiple small specimens or curettings requiring multiple slides - includes 
specimens requiring severéil slides e.g. prostate curettings, uterine curettings, 
multiple endoscopic gastrointestinal tract biopsies from the same segment of the 
G.I. tract (multiple specimens or slides). 

4. The physician assunes responsibility for all cytology smears and the listed 
professional benefits are weighted averages of the professional con^xxient. These 
benefits, therefore, are applicable in eètch case whether or not all slides are 
examined by the physician. 

5. The benefit for seminal fluid examination (canplete) is to include sperm coint, 
volune estimation, motility axl morphology and viscosity. The benefit for seminal 
fluid examination (1820) carried out post-vasectony is not to be rIaimpH by the 
operating surgeon vnless the patient requires more than one office visit 
post-operatively. 

6. Ihis Preanble is intended to apply to everyone using codes 1800 to Iffil. 

7. The fees for diagnostic interpretation of laboratory procedures (1800 codes) are net 
fees and do not usually include overhead costs e.g. , secretarial, handling and 
transport of specimen etc., 

Anatcmc I^tfaology - Surgical Ratliolagy 

Diapustic es^nnatlaB - see definitions 

1839 - sinple specimen 17.70 

1821 - small or unconplicated specimen 25.00 

- multiple small specimens or curettings 

1840 requiring multiple slides 44.20 

1822 Operative consultation, with or without frozen section 66.30 

- eeich subsequoit frozen section or direct smear and/or selection of tissue for 

L823 biochemical assay (e.g.estrogen receptors), add 35.30 



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UfflCBATCRT MEDICIIC 
Code 

LBOl Metabolic bone studies 77.30 

L833 Nerve teasing 44.20 

Anatomic Rathology - cytopatholagy 

Cervical vaginal specimais (including all types of cellular abnonnality, assessment 

L812 of flora, and/or cytohormonal evaluation) 4.10 

L805 Aspiration biopsy (lung, breast, thyroid, prostate, etc.) 39.80 

1806 Bronchial, oesophageal, gastric, endometrial or other brushings and washings 14.00 

L808 Imprint, touch preparation and/or direct smear 11.70 

sputum per specimen for general and/or specific assessmait 

L815 (e.g. cellular abnonralities, asbestos bodies, lipids, henosiderin, etc.) 8.70 

smear, specific assessment e.g. eosinophils, asbestos bodies, aniiiotic fluid cells 

L804 for estimation of fetal maturation, etc 4.20 

L810 fluids (pleural, ascitic cyst, pericardial, c.s.f., urine and joint, etc.) 11,70 

synovial fluid analysis, description, viscosity, micin clot, cell count, 

L824 and compensated pi for crystals 22. 10 

1B25 compensated polarized light microscopy for synovial fluid crystals 11.50 

L819 seminal fluid analysis for infertility (indudii^ oouit, motility and morphology) 11.70 

L820 smear for spennatozoa - see Preamble, paragraph 5 5.50 

CytoBEnetics 

L807 anear for sex chromatin (Barr Body) or Neutrophil drumsticks 4.40 

L811 Y chromosome 5.30 

L803 Karyotype 66.30 

Special Procedures and Interprétation - Histology or cytology 

L834 Histochemistry of muscle - 1 to 3 enzymes 21.50 

L835 - each additional enzyme 7.10 

1841 Ehzyme histochenistry and interpretation (per enzyme) 10.70 

L837 Inrijnohistochemistry and interpretation - per marker 10.70 

L817 Anti-tissue antibodies and interpretation 5.30 

L842 Anti-tissue antibodies, screening dilution, titration and interpretation, add 5.90 

Special microscopy of tissues (polarization, interference phase contrast, dark field, 

L843 autofluorescence or other) and interpretation 17.70 

Special microscopy of fluids (polarization, interference, phase caitrast, dark field, 

L84A autofluorescence or other) and interpretation 11.50 

L845 Specimen radiography or microradiography and interpretation 13.20 

L832 X-ray diffraction analysis and interpretation 21.20 

1B16 Electron microscopy: TEM, STEM or SEM technique i 116.30 

Analytical electron ndcroscopy, elemental detection mapping, or electron diffraction, 

L831 add per case 44.20 

L836 Morphometry, per parameter 22. 10 

L846 Flow cell cytometry and interpretation, per parameter 22. 10 

Biodiemistry and Imnunlqgy 

L827 Interpretation of carcino embryonic antigen (CEA) 4.80 

Interpretation of hormone receptors for carcinoma to include 

LB28 estrogen and/or progesterone assays 6.40 

Banatopathology 

L800 Blood film interpretatioi (Romanowsky stain) 11. 60 

L826 Blood film interpretatioi (special stain) 10. 70 

L802 Bone marrow interpretation (Romanowsky stain) 39.80 

Z403 Bone marrow aspiration 30.05 

L830 Terminal transferase by iimiunof luorescence 10. 70 

L838 Leukocyte phenotyping by monoclonal antibody technique 17. 70 



1732 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



4573 



NUCLEAR HBHECne - IN VIVO 

Colim T - is the technical benefit for the production of records, radiophameceutical agents, 
apparatus, premises, technical services, adninistration and secretarial services. 

Colum P - is the professional benefit for supervision of the procedure, appropriate patient 
interview and/or examination, correlation of related data, interpretation of results, and provision of a 
written rqxjrt. The physician need not be continuously present in the nuclear medicine department or 
private facility while the procedures are being carried out but must be physically present frequently 
enough to carry out the appropriate patient interview and/or examination éonà approve, modify or intervene 
in the procedures as required. 

Colum P - is the professional benefit for interpretation of results and provision of a written 
report. If the physician does not meet the criteria for P^ or has riaimpd any visit in conjux:tion with 
that Nuclear Medicine procedure, the lesser professional fee (Pj) will be claimed. 

Notes: 1. The total benefit is arrived at by adding T plus P (first code listed, e.g. J802 or by 
adding T plus P^ (second code listed, e.g. J602). 

2. Uhen coding the total benefit use suffix A; when coding technical portion only use 
suffix B; when coding professional portion only use suffix C. 

3. If quantification or data manipulation is carried out in addition to visual inspection of 
imaging studies, add 3CK to the appropriate professional benefit except when SPBCT is 
claimed. For claim purposes, use prefix T*. Such activity must add significant 
diagnostic information not available by inspection alone and does not include sinple image 
enhancenent techniques such as anoothing, backgrouid subtraction, etc. Recording of 
images on videotape for replay and prediction of images on the video display of a co^xiter 
do not in themselves justify the additional benefit. 

The claims for cardiac wall motion studies and calculation of ventricular ejection fract 
ion (J811 and J8D) already include an allowance for data manipulation as a general rule 
and no additional benefit may be claimed. The additional confuter benefit may be ri aimp d 
only when additional cardiac quantifications are performed i.e. stroke volime ratio and 
volume response curves and/or phase analysis. 

A. If examination of Brain, Lung, Liver or Spleen is limited to one viev, the benefit (T and 
Pj or Pj) is to be reduced by 50K. 

5. Repeat studies on the same day may be claimed only after exercise or drug intervention. 

6. The phrase "nuclear medicine specialist" should be interpreted as "nuclear medicine physi- 
cian" since not all physicians practising nuclear medicine are certified as specialists in 
this discipline by the Royal College of Fhysicians and Surgeons. 

7. When tomographic examination (SPBCT) is billed, the 301 add on referred to in para. 3 may 
not be diarged. 

Code T P P 

Cardiovascular S^tea 

J802/J602 Venography - peripheral and superior vena cava 90.10 

J804/J604 First transit without blood pool images 15.00 

J867/J667 First transit with blood pool me^es 53.60 

Cardioangiography - first pass for shunt detection, cardiac 

J806/J606 output and transit studies 89.00 

Myocardial perfusion scintigraptty - immediate post stress, 

J807/J607 restii« 203.80 

J808/J608 - del^red 75.10 

J810/J610 Myocardial scintigraphy - acute infarction, injury 82.60 

J811/J611 Myocardial wall motion studies 89.00 

J812/J612 - repeat same day (maxinun of three repeats) 45.00 

J813/J6D Myocardial wall motion stiKlies with ejection fraction 126.55 

J81A/J614 - repeat same day (maxiraun of three repeats) 45.00 

Detection of venous thrombosis using radioiodinated 

JB15/J615 fibrinogen up to ten days 123.30 35.40 18.25 



33.20 


16.10 


16.10 


8.60 


23.60 


11.80 


47.15 


23.60 


39.70 


20.35 


21.40 


10.70 


33.20 


16.10 


47.15 


23.60 


23.60 


11.80 


69.70 


35.40 


35.40 


18.25 



1733 



4574 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 472/87 



Code 



NUGLEAR MEDICINB - IN VIVO 



Endocxine System 

J816/J616 Adrenal scintigraphy with idocholesterol 361.40 

J868/J668 - with idocholesterol and dexamethasone suppressioi 423.60 

J869/J669 - with MIBG 520.00 

J817/J617 Ihyroid uptake 26.80 

J870/J670 - repeat 13.90 

J818/J618 Ittyroid scintigraphy with Tc99m or 1-131 60.10 

J871/J671 - with 1-123 96.50 

Paratttyroid scintigraphy - dueil isotope technique with T1201 

J820/J620 and Tc99m Iodine 220.90 

J872/J672 Metastatic survey with 1-131 225.20 



35.40 


17.10 


47.15 


23.60 


41.80 


20.35 


17.10 


8.60 


8.60 


8.60 


31.10 


15.00 


31.10 


15.00 


59.00 


30.00 


43.90 


21.40 



J821/J621 
J823/J623 
J824/J624 
J873/J673 
J825/J625 
J874/J674 
J826/J626 
J875/J675 
J827/J627 
J829/J629 
J876/J676 
J877/J677 

J830/J630 
J878/J678 
J879/J679 
J831/J631 
J832/J632 
J833/J633 



J834/J634 
J835/J635 
J880/J680 
J836/J636 
J837/J637 
J838/J638 
J839/J639 

J840/J640 



J841/J641 
J843/J643 
J847/J647 
J848/J648 
J849/J649 
J881/J681 
J882/J682 
J883/J683 
J884/J684 



Gastrointestinal Systen 

Schilling test - single isotope 41.80 

- dual isotope 45.00 

Malabsorption test with C14 substrate 53.60 

- with whole body counting 128.70 

Gastrointestinal protein loss 77.20 

Gastrointestinal blood loss - Cr51 57.90 

Calcium absorptioi - Ca45 57.90 

Calcium 47 absorption/excretion 237.00 

Esophageal motility studies - one or more 112.60 

Gastrointestinal transit %.50 

Gastrointestinal reflux 53.60 

Gastroesophageal aspiration 37.50 

Abdominal scintigraphy for gatrointestinal bleed - Tc99m 

sulphur colloid or Tc04 81.50 

- labelled RBCs 134.10 

- LeVeoi shunt patency 62.20 

Biliary scintigraphy 107.20 

Liver/spleoi scintigraphy 75.00 

Salivary gland scintigraphy 90. 10 

Genitourinaiy System 

Dynamic roial imaging 90. 10 

Computer assessed r&xal function (includes first transit) 123.30 

- repeat after pharmacological intervention 42.30 

Static renal scintigraphy 30.00 

ERPF 37.50 

GFR by blood sample method 37.50 

Cystograqjhy for vesicoureteric reflux 112.60 

Testicular and scrotal scintigraphy (includes first 

transit) 77.20 

HEnatcpoietic System 

Plasma volume 40. 75 

Red cell volune 45.(X) 

Ferrokinetics - clearance, turnover, and utilization 375.40 

Red cell, white cell or platelet survival %.50 

Red cell survival with serial surface counts 139.40 

Bone marrow scintigraphy - whole body 107. 20 

- single site 79.35 

In-Ill leukocyte scintigraphy - \ihole body 341 .05 

- single site 300.30 



8.60 


8.60 


8.60 


8.60 


8.60 


8.60 


16.10 


8.60 


8.60 


8.60 


8.60 


8.60 


8.60 


8.60 


35.40 


17.10 


87.90 


43.90 


36.45 


17.10 


35.40 


17.10 


23.60 


11.80 


32.20 


16.10 


39.70 


19.30 


35.40 


17.10 


39.70 


19.30 


32.20 


16.10 


31.10 


15.00 


32.20 


16.10 


59.00 


26.80 


16.90 


8.50 


10.70 


8.60 


8.60 


8.60 


8.60 


8.60 


21.40 


12.80 



40.75 



20.35 



8.60 


8.60 


8.60 


8.60 


30.00 


15.00 


23.60 


11.80 


30.00 


15.00 


46.10 


22.50 


38.60 


19.30 


49.30 


24.65 


38.60 


19.30 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



4575 



WOEfR MQXCDE - IN VIVD 

Code T 

tiBculoskeletal Systen 

J850/J650 Bone scintigraphy - general survey 97. 10 

J851/J651 - sii^le site 79.35 

J852/J652 Gallium scintigraplv - general survey 166.20 

J853/J653 - single site 115.80 

J834/J654 Bone niineral density by single photon Kthod 29.00 

J855/J655 Total body calciun - neutron activation 182.30 

Bone mineral content by dual photon absorptiometry 

J856/J656 - tw or nmne sites 143.85 

J888/J688 - single site 110.00 

Httte: J850/J650 and J851/J651 are not to be biUed together. 

J804/J604 may be claimed in addition to J830/J650 
or J851/J651 for blood pool study. 

Nervous S/stea 

J857/J657 CSF circulation - with Tc99ln or 1-131 HSA 112.60 

J885/J685 - with In-Ill 289.60 

J886/J686 - via shmt pmcture 83.60 

J858/J658 Brain scintigraphy 84.70 

Respirat(»y Systca 

J859/J659 Perfusion lirg scintigraphy 80.40 

J887/J687 Ventilation lur« scintigraphy 100.80 

J860/J660 Perfusion and ventilation scintigraphy - sane day 160.90 

Hiscellaneaus 

J861/J661 Réidionuclide lyirphangiogram 105.10 

J862/J662 Ocular tvmour localization 70.80 

J864/J664 Tear Duct scintigraphy 91.20 

J865/J665 Total body countir« 175.90 

J866/J666 Tomography (SPBCI) /i0.75 

CLINICAL FBOGEOBES ASSOQAIBD UTIH EŒ/tOOSnC NUCLEAR «SCne fflOCBOFES 



46.10 


22.50 


38.60 


19.30 


49.30 


24.65 


38.60 


19.30 


8.60 


8.60 


53.60 


26.80 


46.50 


23.30 


38.10 


19.00 



39.70 
46.10 
43.90 
31.10 



37.50 
37.50 
48.30 



55.70 
62.20 
45.00 
50.40 
23.60 



19.30 
22.50 
21.40 
15.00 



19.30 
19.30 
23.60 



27.90 
31.10 
22.50 
25.70 
11.80 



Such procedural benefits are intended for the professional service of placing an instrument or 
introducing diagnostic radiopharmaceuticcLls. They are not intended to be used for suiple subcutaneous, 
intramuscular or intravenous injection nor for oral adninistration. Rather than double listir^ the 
procedures and benefits in this part of the fee schedule, physicians are directed to the followii^ 
reference points in the schedule. 

a) Intravenous injection for peripheral venography - G376 or G379 on page 64 

b) Intra-articular injections - G370 on page 63 

c) Injection into CSF spaces or shunt apparatus - Z801 or Z821 on page 157 & 158 

d) Arterial puicture - G479 on pages 53 & 56 

e) Paracentesis in conjmction with shuit patency study - Z590 on page 135 

NUOEAR l«lICOE - IN Vm» (see Radioassays inder Laboratory Medicine. ) 



1735 



4576 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

RAODŒIJGN ONDQLOGT (ISERAraJHC RAOIOLOGT) 

Code RAGiai^StAFr (Including Therapeutic Isotopes) 

The listed benefits are for the professional services of a certified therapeutic radiologist, the 
services of a specialist for the intracavitary or interstitieil application of radivm or sealed 
sources and the services of a specialist using non-sealed sources of radioisotopes in a labor- 
atory authorized by the Atomic Ehergy Control Board of Canada. Other medical services to the 
patient are not included in these figures. The cost of material is additional. 

Note: (1)X301, X302, X30i & X322 may not be claimed from OHIP by the staff of OCTRF Cancer Centres or 

oa/pt«. 

(2)X305, X306, X323, X32A, X334 - Me^ <xù.y be performed on an inpatient and when done in 
hospital, this service is a hospital charge and cannot be claimed from OHIP 
(see OHIP Bulletin #4070). When done In an OCmF Cancer Centre or OQ/Rfi, may be claimed from 
OHIP by all physicians, including certified therapeutic radiologists. 

mERACŒOISRAPf 

Major treatment planning (150 KVP or higher), dosage calculation and pr^aration of 
X301 any special treatment device 55.60 

Teleradiotherapy - x-ray, 151 KVP or higher, radiim, cobalt, cesiun betatron linear 

X302 accelerator - benefit per treatment visit 14.20 

X304 Minor teleradiotherapy - x-ray, 150 KVP or less - benefit per treatment visit 9.30 

Intracavitory contact x-ray therapy including sigmoidoscopy or proctoscopy 

X305 - first application 132.95 

X306 - repeat application 66.50 

Note: For minor teleradiotherapy administered by other than certified therapeutic 
radiologists, use the listir^ under Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures. 

RADIUM A^D RADIOISCrnX>ES (sealed sources) 

Treatment planning, dosage calculation and preparation of any special treatment 
)022 device ; 55.60 

Intracavitary application of radium or sealed sources including dilatation and curet- 
tage carried out at the same time as application 

X323 - first application 164.70 

X334 - repeat application 82,40 

X324 Interstitial application of radiun or sealed radioisotope 163.50 

X325 Application of radium or radioisotope plaque or mould 50.50 

Note: X325 may be claimed as an in or outpatient service. 

If claimed as inpatient service, follow directions in Note (2) above. 

If claimed as outpatient service, allow to all listed physicians. 

Payment for outpatient services must be msde to the registered Department of 

Radiology, in the case of a hospital, even though there is no technical conponent 

listed. 

MSmSJlXJPBS (non-sealed sources) 

The followii^ benefits Include treatment planning, dosage calculation and preparation 
of materials, /^ropriate visit and procedural benefits (e.g. paracentesis) may be 
claimed in addition. Thyroid benefits (X326, X327, X335) include aàninistration(s) 
within any three month period. 

X326 Thyroid malignancy 73.50 

X327 Hyperthyroidism 66.80 

X335 Induction of hypothyroidism 66.80 

X336 Prostate malignancy 66.80 

)028 Polycythaemia 39.00 

X329 Metastatic disease of bone 60.80 

X330 Ascites and/or pleural ef fusion(s) due to mallj^iancy 47.60 

X332 Arthritis - sii^ or multiple site 31.40 

X333 Metastatic disease with radioactive lynçhogran 47.60 



1736 



0. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4577 

CŒAGNOSIIC RADEGLOGT 

Golum T - The benefit for radiological exandnation including the production of radiographs, suppl- 
ying of contrast media, apparatus, pranises, technical services, adninistration and 
collection costs. 

Golum P - The benefit for consultation between radiologist and referring physician, fluoroscopy, 
interpretation of radiographs and fluoroscopic findings and supervision of x-ray services 
by a radiologist. 

Hospital out-patient tedmical fees will be paid at 90.51Z of the technical fee listed in this 
Schedule of Benefits. 

Private offices said hospital out-patient departments will bill Colunn T plus P. 

When coding the total benefit use suffix A; when coding the technical portion only use suffix B; v*ien 
coding the professional portion only use suffix C. 

Radiologists should use Colinn P as a guideline for negotiating renuneration with hospitals. 

Benefits for clinical procedures related to x-ray examinations are listed in the followiiig section, 
or under Diagnostic and Therapeutic or Surgiccil Procedures. "Clinical Procedures", in this context, 
are those by vMch contrast media are introduced, except oral or rectal ackninistration for study of 
the alimentary tract, and intravenous injections, which are an integral part of the study, performed 
by the physician collecting the benefit for the procedure. 

If less than mininun nunber of views are performed, reduce listed fees by 25X. 

If the examinations which are requested by the referring physician yield afanormal findings or if they 
Mould yield information which in the opinion of the radiologist would be insufficient, governed by 
the needs of the patient and the requirements of the referring physician, the radiologist may add 
further vievs and charge for them (if listed). 

Fee Schedule Interpretations 

1. When a radiologist is asked to x-ray one extremity only, no additional charge should be made for 
comparison x-rays initiated by the radiologist. 

2. Nephrotomography is covered hy the listings for intravenous pyelogram and planigram. 

3. A stereo pair is to be counted as two views. 

4. No extra claim should be charged for rapid sequence I.V.P. 

5. No additional claim is warranted for the use of the image intensifier in diagnostic radiology. 

6. Fluoroscopy claims should not be submitted for any examination performed by the radiologist where 
fluoroscopy is generally regarded as an integral part of the examinations e.g. examinations of the 
G.I. tract, urinary tract, special procedures. 

7. "Colon-air contrast" may be claimed when performed according to generally accepted criteria. The 
colon should be scrupulously prepared. Five to eight full size views of the abdomen should be 
obtained after fluoroscopically controlled introduction of air and bariun. 

8. "Oesophagus, stomach and duodenun, double contrast" presupposes the introduction of gas, the use of 
antifoam agent and a suitable bariun mixture. 

9. Abdomen and chest studies should not be routinely done and claimed in gastrointestinal examinations. 

10. Three or more views of the chest should not be done routinely and claimed when a diest examination is 
requested. 

11. Chest studies should not be routinely done and claimed in manmography cases. 

12. Nasal bones or accessory nasal sinuses should not be routinely claimed in skull examination requests. 

13. Abdomen and/or pelvis ^wuld not be routinely claimed in Ivntor spine examination requests. 

lA. A survey film of the abdomen is a single view. The ordering of additional films should be left to 
the discretion of the radiologist who should have the power to determine what examination is adequate 
for a specific patient. Obviously, if progress of a long tube is being followed, a survey film is 
sufficient. If, however, an intestinal obstruction is being followed, a single film is usually 
inadequate. 

15. Conventional films of the spine should not be routinely done and claimed for before nyelography. The 
necessity of having plain film studies of the spine prior to interpreting the nyelographic studies is 
obvious. It is not essential, howgver, that these be done at the institution where the nyelogrsm was 
done. If they have been done at an outside office, then it is a matter for the radiologist mi the 
referring physician to have the films available. If they csmot be made available to the 
radiologist, it is an acceptable practice for him to do the required examination of these areas and 
to claim for them so that they may be available for interpretation along with the nyelographic study. 



1737 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 472/87 



ÏSUŒJSnC WSKOUJGI 



16. 

17. 

18. 

19. 
20. 



21. 

22. 

23. 



Pharynx and oesophagus (cine or videotape) - X106 should not be claimed routinely with X106 and X109 

but only whai specifically indicated. 

Lumbar or limbosacral spine (XD28) does not include the entire sacrum. An examination of the sacrum 

may be carried out and claimed for CHily when specifically indicated. 

XD06 and X007 are not both to be routinely claimed on the same patient but only when specifically 

ordered. 

A maximum of two computed tomography examinations per patient per day may be claimed. 

Complex head CT Scans are meant to be multi planer (multi directional) head CT Scans - to include one 

or more of the following areas: pituitary fossa, posterior fossa, internal auditory meati, orbits 

and related structures, the temporal bone and its contents and the temporomandibular joints. X-WX), 

X401 and X188 are not to be billed in addition to those fees for complex head studies. 

All benefits listed apply to unilateral examinations unless otherwise specified. 

Claims for X-ray services, v^ien referred by an Osteopath, Chiropodist or Chiropractor to a private X- 

ray facility are not benefits of OHEP. 

Claims for X-ray services, v^ien referred by an Osteopath or Chiropractor to a hospital out-patient 

department are benefits. 



Code 

XDOl 
XD09 
XD03 
X004 
XD05 
XD06 
XD12 

XD07 
XD08 
XDIO 
XDll 
N.C. 
N.C. 
N.C. 
N.C. 
XD16 
XD17 
XD18 
XD19 
XD20 



XD25 
X202 
X203 
XD27 
X204 
XD28 
X205 
X206 
XD32 
XD33 
XD31 
XD34 
X207 
XD35 
X208 
XD36 

XD37 

XD38 



Bead and Neck 

Skull - four views 

- five or more views 

Sella turcica (when skull not examined) 

Facial bones - minimun of three views 

Nose - minimun of two views 

Mandible - minimum of three views (uni or bilateral) 

- four or more views 

Temporomandibular joints - minimum of four views including open and closed 

mouth views 

Sinuses - minimun of three views 

Mastoids - bilateral - minimum of six views 

Internal auditory meati (vAien skull not examined) 

Teeth, up to 1/4 set 

Teeth, up to 1/2 

Teeth, full set 

Teeth, bite wing 

Eye, for foreign body 

E^e, for localizatiwi, additional 

Optic foramina 

Salivary gland region 

Neck for soft tissues - minimun of two views 

Spine and Pelvis 

Cervical spine - two or three views 

- four or five views 

- six or more views 

Thoracic spine - two views 

- three or more views 

Umbar or lumbosacral spine - two or three views 

- four or five views 

- six or more views 

Ehtire spine - (scoliosis series) mininun of four views 

- Orthoroentgenogram (3 foot film) - single view 

- two or more views 

Sacnm and/or coccyx - two views 

- three or more views 

Sacro-iliac joints - two or three views 

- four or more views 

Pelvis and/or hip(s) - one view 

- two views (e.g. A.P. and frog view, both hips; or A.P. 
both hips plus lateral one hip) 

- three or more views (e.g. pelvis and sacro-iliac joints, 
or A.P. both hips plus lateral each hip) 



30.10 
37.60 
15.00 
21.90 
15.00 
21.90 
30.10 

21.90 
21.90 
28.90 
21.90 
N.A.B. 
N.A.B. 
N.A.B. 
N.A.B. 
14.90 
15.W 
16.90 
13.90 
13.90 



26.10 
33.60 
40.70 
23.90 
31.30 
26.10 
33.60 
-40.80 
54.00 
21.90 
30.05 
25.10 
31.30 
21.90 
29.20 
15.00 

28.00 

32.20 



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uuQcsnc MSLouxn 

Code T P 

Upper Extranities 

XD45 Clavicle - two views 

X209 - three or more views 

Acromioclavicular joints (bilateral) with or without weighted distraction 

Xf>46 - two views 

X210 - three or more views 

XD47 Sternoclavicular joints - (bilateral) - two or three views 

X211 - four or more views 

XCV18 Shoulder - two views 

X212 - three or more views 

X049 Scapula - two vievs 

X213 - three or more views 

X050 Hunerus - including one joint - two views 

X214 - three or more vie«s 

XD51 Elbow - two views 

X215 - three or four views 

X216 - five or more views 

M)52 Forearm - including one joint - two views 

5C17 - three or more views 

XD53 Urist - two or three vievs 

X218 - four or more views 

XD54 Hand - two or three views 

X219 - four or more views 

X055 Urist and hand - two or three views 

X220 - four or more views 

X056 Finger or thurb - two views 

X221 - three or more views 

loner Ëctrenities 

XD60 Hip - (unilateral) - two or more views 

XD63 Femur, including one joint - two views 

X223 - three or more viois 

XD65 Knee (including patella) - two views 

X224 - three or four views 

X225 - five or more views 

ffi66 Tibia and fibula (including one joint) - two views 

X226 - three or more views 

XD67 Ankle - two or three views 

X227 - four or more views 

XD68 Calcaneus - twD views 

X228 - three or more views 

XD69 Foot - two or three views 

X229 - four or more views 

5D72 Toe - two views 

X230 - three or more views 

XDW Leg length studies (Orthoroentgenogram) 

Skeletal Surveys 

Skeletal survey for bone age, 

X057 - single film 

XD58 - two or more films or views 

Other survey studies - e.g. , rheumatoid, metabolic or metastatic 

XD80 - basic 

XD81 - plus per film or view 



15.00 


5.10 


23.10 


7.00 


21.90 


8.20 


29.90 


10.^ 


18.00 


6.30 


26.00 


8.30 


18.00 


6.30 


26.00 


8.30 


18.00 


6.30 


26.00 


8.30 


15.00 


5.10 


23.10 


7.10 


15.00 


5.10 


23.10 


7.10 


31.10 


9.20 


15.00 


5.10 


23.10 


7.10 


15.00 


5.10 


23.10 


7.10 


15.00 


5.10 


23.10 


7.10 


21.90 


10.40 


27.90 


12.30 


11.60 


3.60 


15.00 


5.10 


23.90 


6.15 


15.00 


5.10 


23.10 


7.10 


15.00 


5.10 


23.10 


7.10 


31.10 


9.20 


15.00 


5.10 


23.10 


7.10 


15.00 


5.10 


23.10 


7.10 


15.00 


5.10 


23.10 


7.10 


15.00 


5.10 


23.10 


7.10 


11.60 


3.60 


15.00 


5.10 


21.90 


8.20 


15.00 


5.10 


22.00 


8.20 


7.50 


2.60 


7.50 


2.60 



1739 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 472/87 



nuaosnc WDLOuysi 

Code T 
Oiest 

N.C. Miniature chest film - for survey purposes only N.A.B. 

XD90 Sii^le film 15.00 

XD91 Two views 22.10 

XD92 Three or more views 28. 'iO 

XD39 Ribs - two or more views 18.00 

XOW Sternum - two or more views 18.00 

X0% Thoracic inlet - two or more views 15.00 

ALuLBUi 

nOO Sii^le view 15.00 

XlOl Two or more views 23.00 

G.I. Tract 

X105 Palatopharyngeal analysis (cine or videotape) 29.70 

X106 Pharynx and oesophagus (cine or videotape) 29.70 

a07 Oesqphagus - when a03, a04, XlOB or X109 not billed 26.90 

XlOB Oesophagus, stomach and duodenun - including survey film if taken 46.70 

Oesophagus, stomach and duodenum - double contrast, including survey film, if 

XI04 takai 48.60 

Oesophagus, stomach and duodenun - double contrast, including survey film, if 

X103 taken, and small bowel 61.50 

X109 Oesophagus, stomach and small bowel 59.50 

XllO Hypotonic duodenogram 39.70 

Xlll Snail bowel only- when only examination performed during patient's visit 26.90 

X112 Colon - bariun enema (including survey film, if taken) 48.70 

Colon - air contrast, primary or secondary, including survey films 

X113 if taken 61.60 

X114 Gallbladder (one or multiple day esaminations) 30.10 

Gallbladder (one or miltiple day examinations with preliminary 

a20 plain film) 40.10 

X116 T-Tube cholangiogram 21.90 

X117 Operative cholangiogram 21.90 

X118 Intravenous cholangiogram 49.90 

X123 Operative pancreatogram or E.R.C.P 21.90 

G. U. Tract 

X129 Retrograde pyelogram, unilateral or bilateral 21.90 

X130 Intravenous pyelogram including preliminary film 50.00 

X137 Cystogram (catheter) 24.00 

X135 Cystourethrogram, stress or voiding (catheter) 27.80 

X131 cystourethrc^ram (non-catheter) 5.90 

X191 Intestinal conduit examination or n^ihrostogram 21.90 

X138 Percutaneous antegrade pyelogram 21.90 

X139 Percutaneous nephrostony 21.90 

X134 Urethrogram (retrograde) 18.00 

X136 Vasogram 18.00 

Obstetrics and Oynaeœlogy 

X143 Survey film 15.00 

a44 Pelvimetry 21.90 

X147 Hysterosalpingogram 30.05 

X148 Intra-uterine foetal transfusion - radiological control 39.70 

Fluoroscopy - by physician with or without spot films 

a95 Chest 9.40 

a% Skeleton 9.40 

X197 Abdomen -_ 9.40 

Fluoroscopic control of clinical procedures done by another physician 

a89 per 1/4 hour 7.40 



N.A.B. 

5.10 

8.30 

9.90 

6.15 

6.15 

5.10 



5.10 
7.20 



20.60 
20.60 
13.30 
23.90 

26.20 

33.20 
31.00 
20.60 
13.30 
21.70 

28.15 
10.50 

10.50 
8.20 
8.20 

18.60 
8.20 



8.20 
20.70 
6.15 
12.30 
4.20 
8.20 
8.20 
8.20 
6.15 
6.15 



5.10 

8.20 

10.40 

20.60 



10.40 
10.40 
10.40 

17.30 



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nuQOsnc WŒouxn 

Gode T P 

Special Esoadnaticns 
X155 Abdominal or pelvic pneunogram ^.30 10.40 

Angiography 

- by catheterization 

- abdominal, thoracic, cervical or cranial 

- using single films 

X179 non-selective 

X180 selective (per vessel to max. of 4) 

- using film changer. Cine or nultiformat camera 

X181 non-selective 

X182 selective (per vessel to a nax. of 4) 

X140 selective (6 or more vessels) 

X178 Intravenous angiocardiograpt^ - with quantification 

X172 - without quantification 

Carotid angiogram - direct pincture 

X160 - unilateral 

X161 - bilateral 

Peripheral angiogram 

X174 - inilateral 

X175 - bilateral 

X196 Splenoportogram 

X199 Translunbar aortogram 

Vertebral angiogram - direct puxture 
or retrograde brachial injection 

X132 - inilateral 

X133 - bilateral 

X156 Arthrogram, tenogram or bursogran 

- with fluoroscopy and conplete 

X2C0 positioning throughout by physician 

X157 Bone density (mineral content) measuronent 

X158 Bronchogram - inilateral 

X159 - bilateral 

X162 Cerebral stereotaxis 

X122 Cholangiogram, percutaneous trans-hepatic 

Go^uted toBQgraphy 

X400 -head - without I.V. contrast 

X401 -with I.V. contrast 

X188 -with and without I.V. contrast 

3C402 -conplex head (See Preamble Para 20) - without I.V. contrast 

X405 - with I.V. contrast 

X408 - with and without I.V. contrast 

X403 -neck - without I.V. contrast 

X404 -with I.V. contrast 

X124 -with amd without I.V. contrast 

X406 -thorax - without I.V. contrast 

X407 -with I.V. contrast 

X125 -with and without I.V. contrast 

X409 -abdomen - without I.V. contrast 

X410 -with I.V. contrast 

X126 -with and without I.V. contrast 

X412 -extremities (one or more) - without I.V. contrast 

X413 -with I.V. contrast 

X127 -with and without I.V. contrast 

X415 -spine -without I.V. contrast 

X416 -with I.V. contrast 

3Q28 -with and without I.V. contrast 

KisoeUaneous Si^nnations 

X151 Cordotony , percutaneous 

X163 Dacrocystogram 

X164 Discogram(s) - one or more levels 

X167 Fistula or sinus injection 

X169 Laminogram, planigram, tomogram 



30.05 


10.40 


39.70 


20.60 


60.10 


20.60 


80.00 


31.00 


I.e. 


I.e. 


- 


31.25 


- 


23.45 


49.30 


31.00 


79.20 


46.60 


30.05 


10.40 


39.70 


20.60 


59.60 


20.60 


59.60 


20.60 


49.30 


31.(X) 


80.60 


46.60 


26.40 


22.75 


37.00 


33.15 


33.80 


16.40 


29.60 


20.60 


39.20 


31.00 


60.10 


20.60 


29.80 


15.50 




39.50 


_ 


59.20 


_ 


69.10 


_ 


59.20 


_ 


69.10 


_ 


78.90 


_ 


39.50 


_ 


59.20 


_ 


69.10 


- 


59.20 


- 


69.10 


- 


78.90 


- 


78.90 


_ 


88.85 


_ 


96.70 


- 


39.50 


- 


59.20 


_ 


69.10 


_ 


78.90 


_ 


88.85 


- 


98.70 


49.30 


31.00 


30.05 


10.40 


29.60 


20.60 


21.90 


8.20 


40.30 


10.40 



1741 



4582 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

DUaOSnC EtDKUJSI 

Code T P 

X170 Laryr^ogram 29.60 20.60 

X171 Lymptenglograra 49.90 20.60 

X192 Maimary ductography 21.90 8.20 

X184 MamncgtaD - dedicated eqMipnent - inUatetal 25.00 11.35 

XiaS -Mlatetal 37.20 17.10 

X186 - using xeroradiography - unilateral 30.90 11.35 

X187 -bilateral 47.50 17.10 

X150 Mechanical evaluation of knee 25.70 14.50 

X193 Microradioscopy of the hands 14.80 10.40 

X173 Myelogram (spine and/or posterior fossa) 35.30 24.85 

X190 Pantomography 18.00 6.15 

X154 Pads 16.10 4.20 

X165 Photographic subtraction - 10.40 

X176 Sialogram 30.05 10.40 

X177 Sdn thickness measurenent 15.80 8.20 

X183 Ventriculogram 49.30 31.00 

X166 Ebcamination using portable machine in "home", add to first examination only ... 63.70 

Hote: This code does not af^ly to the use of k portable machine in a hospital. 
Can only be claimed once per day regardless of the nunber of people 
x-rayed in the same "home". 



1742 



O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4583 

CLINICAL raoaaras, assooaiîd une 

nDO<]SEIC RACŒGLOGICAL SAMDWEKIG 

Note: 1. These procedural fees are intended to cx)ver conpaisation for the professional service 
of placing an instnmait and introducing contrast media if done (except oral or 
rectal adninistration for study of the eLLimentary tract). Injection of naterials to 
axiiance the effect of contrast media is included in the procedure benefits. 

2. Radiological charges are additional: see similar entries under ESIAGNOSnc RADIŒjOGY. 

3. Where similar procedures are done for diagnostic physiological studies of non-radio- 
logical nature, e.g. cardiac catheterization or intra-arterial infusion, they are 
listed separately uider Surgery or Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures. See Index. 

Code Spec. Anaes 

Angiography 

- by catheterization 

- alxlominal, thoracic, cervical or cranial 
Insertion of catheter (including cut dcwn, if necessary) and injection, if 

J021 given 97.(X) 5 

Selective catheterization - add to catheter insertion fee (per vessel to 

J022 maxinun of four), each 48.60 

Selective catheterization (spinal and parathyroid angiography) - add to 

J014 catheter insertion fee - per vessel each 24.30 

("Selective" means manipulation of the catheter from the vessel of intro- 
duction into a branch, tributary, or cardiac chanter with angiogram(s)). 

J031 Carotid angiogrém - direct pimcture 77.40 5 

J019 Non-selective intravenous angiocardiography, including quantification 97.00 5 

Transliminal angioplasty including angiography with or without pressure 

J025 measurements - one or more sites or vessels 253.10 5 

Note: J021 S J022 may not be claimed with J025. 

J048 Percutaneous trans-hepatic catheter portal venograpty 197.40 5 

J027 Peripheral arteriogram - direct pmcture 48.60 4 

J026 Peripheral venogram - direct puncture 39.00 4 

Selective coronary catheterization including angiogram, see 2012 and 

G297, page 57 

J033 Splenoportogram 77.40 4 

J034 Trans-lumbar aortogram 77.40 5 

J032 Vertebral angiogram - direct pimcture or by retrograde brachial injection 77.40 5 

Ehibolization e.g. for treatment of hemangioma or renal carcinoma 

- first vœsel, charge appropriate angiographic procedural and 

J040 radiological fees plus 66.80 

J047 - each additional vessel catheterized and occluded, per vessel 31.30 

Intra-éirterial infusion of drugs e.g. for control of gastrointestinal 
haemorrhage - charge appropriate angiographic procedural and radio- 

J023 logical fees plus a per diem supervision fee of 18.70 

J035 Pressure measurements during angiography 18.70 

JOOl Arthrogram.tenogram or bursogram 18.70 4 

Biliary duct calculus manipulation etc. - see Z562 on page 136. 

J024 Bronchial bnjshing - ini lateral 77.40 6 

J044 - bilateral 116.20 6 

J0O2 Bronchograra - unilateral 23.20 6 

J043 - bilateral 35.00 6 

J003 Bronchogram with intra-tracheal catheter - unilateral 47.35 6 

J042 - bilateral 70.85 6 

X150 Carotid or vertebral artery occlusion by detachable balloon - percutaneous 212.60 

J005 C&crocystogram 28.90 4 

J(X)6 Discogram - one disc 66.80 4 

XQO - each additional disc 34.35 

J049 Einbolization of spinal arteriovenous malformation - percutaneous 303.80 5 

X)36 Fistula or sinus injection 18.70 

J008 Hysterosalpingogram 39.00 4 

J0O4 Intramaninary needling for localization under mEmmographic control 28.90 



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4584 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

ajNEGAL mxEows, àssocuoB) urm 

DIMN^SnC RADIOLOGICAL BUHDMXUNS 

Cbde ^«r. Anaes. 

JC109 Laiyngograra 23.20 

JOIO LyiTct^rgidgcm - per side 66.80 

J037 Maninary ductography 28.90 

JOll Myelogram 66.80 4 

- with supine views requiring removal and re-inroduction of spinal 

J038 needle, add 18.70 

J020 - with posterior fossa views, add 18.70 

J012 Nephrotomogram - 4 

J060 NefihrostQgrai 18.70 

J045 Percutaneous antegrade pyelogram 77.40 4 

J055 Percutaneous Gastrostony 142.10 - 

J046 Percutaneous nephrostony 142.10 4 

J041 Percutaneous removal of intravascular foreign bodies 187.50 

J051 Percutaneous spinal cord puncture for syringogram 65.80 4 

JOD Percutaneous trans4)epatic cholangiogram 66.80 4 

J015 Peritoneal pneumogram 28.90 4 

J052 Positive contrast cistemogram 86.10 4 

J017 Presacral insufflation ' 48.60 4 

J039 Renal cyst puKture 77.40 4 

J018 Sialogram 28.90 4 

J007 Tomogram - 4 

J028 Urethrogram, urethrocystogram, or intestinéil conduit examination, cystogram ... 18.70 

J029 Vasogram 51.65 4 

Intubation of small intestine - see Z540 on page 133. 

MMTEEIC RESCNANCE DMIDC 

Code T P 
(HIP riaims for MΠare limited to out patient services only. 

X421 -head - multislice S.E. (1 or 2 echos) - 57.30 

YAH - iiuLtislice I.R - 37.30 

X425 - repeat (another plane, different pulse sequence - max. 2) - 28.60 

X431 -neck - nultislice S.E. (1 or 2 echos) - 57.30 

X432 - matislice I.R - 37.30 

X435 - repeat (another plane, different pulse sequence - max. 2) - 28.65 

X441 -thorax - multislice S.E. (1 or 2 echos) - 66.80 

X442 - multislice I.R - 57.30 

X445 - repeat (another plane, different pulse sequence - nex. 2) - 33.40 

X451 -abdomen - multislice S.E. (1 or 2 echos) - 66.80 

X452 - nultislice I.R - 57.30 

X455 - repeat (another plane, different pulse sequence - max. 2) - 33.40 

X461 -pelvis - multislice S.E. (1 or 2 echos) - 66.80 

X462 - nultislice I.R - 57.30 

X465 - repeat (another plane, different pulse sequence - max. 2) - 33.^ 

X471 -extremities - multislice S.E. (1 or 2 echos) - 57.30 

X472 - multislice I.R - 37.30 

X47S - repeat (another plane, different pulse sequence - max. 2) - 28.65 

- liMted spine (one se^Knt) 

X490 - wltlsUoe a (1 or 2 echoes) - 53.50 

X491 - Biltislioe IR - 34.80 

X492 - repeat (anotho: plane, differoit pulse - Max. 2) - 26.70 

- Intenoediate spine (2 adjoining se^Knts) 

X493 -■atlsUœSE - 62.» 

X494 -ndtlsUoelR - 53.50 

X495 - ref)eat (anther plaie, different pulse aax. 2) - 31.10 

- ccnixlex spine - (2 or nore ncn-adjoining se^aits) 

»96 -■dtisUœSB - 92.60 

XW7 -■ultlaUoelR - 53.50 

X49B - repeat (anotfaer plaie, dlffiereat pulse sequoice, BEDC 2) - 46.70 

X<^ When gating is performed, add 3GK to listed fee 



1744 



O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 458S 

nuaosnc {UBàsoM) 

T and P Colians should be intopreted in the spirit ci the first tw paragtafte on page 43, 
but without Uniting the perfonence of these tests to suitably trained pt^sicians of an/ one 
specialty. FVarthecBoce, the physician njst b-i physically available to approve, modify or 
intervene in the examinatian as required or the eaari nation tuat be cayletely recorded by 
video/aafuter œthcxis and re^-lewed in its entirety bgr the fi^sician. No fee (either parofesslonal 
or technical) we/ be charged if the ptysician's only iiwoJiMmt is the intecpcetation of hard 
OOBT (fil«). 
Rbtts: A-ffede-ijq>lies a Gne-dijnensional ultrasonic meas uiUMi t fnxtdan. 

H-Mode-ii^lies a one-diflensional ultrasonic neasurenent procedure vith juvw a m t of the 

trace to record aaplitude and velocity of moving echo-pcodixdng structures. 
Scan B-Hode-iioplies a r<x>-diJBaislonal ultrasonic scannng procedure vith a 

tvc-dljnEnslcrial display. All ultrasound eiaiinatians include a p euMM it record 
and intapretative report. 
Hk total benefit is arrived at by adding T plus P. Vhen coding the total benefit use 
suffix Â; «hen ceding the teclnical portion only use «arffix B; ;<Éiea coding the 
pcoiessional portier aily use suffix C. 

Cbde T P 

uoou ana nock 

JlOO Ecfaoenoeii iBlo g rarly - «idlinp , A-iot. - 4.45 

J122 ifcain - aafklete, B-vde 45.40 27.00 

BLlKjg i 4iy - o phtfaaIMc (ewrliriing vascular study) 

JlOe Quantitative, A-iode 22.10 B.40 

J103 B-son iMBTSion 43.30 44.30 

J107 B-scan contact 21.90 22.00 

JlOB Bicaetry (Axial length - Anaode) 28.70 22.40 

J105 Face and/or neck, (excluding vascular study) 45.40 27.00 

J106 Paranasal sinuses, A-node 6.20 2.60 

Beart - echocardiography (see listings on page 59) 

TbooK 
J125 chest masses, pleural effusion - A & B-mode 46.70 27.90 

AbdoBBi aid RetroperitcneiB 
J135 Abdomnal scan, oonplete -. 46.70 27.90 

Abdoainal scan, lioited stu^ (e.g. gallbladder only, aorta only or followHjp 

J128 study) 30.80 18.45 

J13B Litzacavity ultrasound (e.g. tzasrectal, trasvaginal) 46.70 27.90 

Pelvis 

J159 Prepiancy, coaplete 46.70 27-90 

J162 Pelvic, conplete 46.70 27.90 

Pelvis or prepanty, liaited study (e.g. fetal age detersinatian, placen- 
J163 tal localization, I.U.CD. locali2ation) , ».80 18.45 

^bscular Syst^ 

Ëctra-cranial vessel assessaent (bilateral carotid and/or subdanrian and/or 

J190 vetebcal arteries) - Doppler scan or B scan 41.00 19.50 

J191 - frequency analysis 41.00 19.30 

J192 - frequency analysis vith Ooppler scan 51.50 26.60 

- Ou|ilec scan i.e. siaultaneous real tiae, B aode iaagipg and spectral 
J201 analysis 63.50 37.80 

Peripheral artery ewaluation (not to be billed routinely with J190, J191 or 

J193 J192) - Ocppler scan or B scan, inilateral 21.20 16.10 

J194 - frequency analysis, inilateral 14.20 13.30 

J195 - frequency analysis vith Doppler scan, irdlateral 26.60 22.20 

- Duçia. scan i.e. siailtaneaus real tiae, B aode iaaging and spectral 
J2G2 analysis, inllatenl 31.80 18.90 

VoxxB assesaaent (bilateral - includes iiiw jiinr of feaocal, popliteal and 
posterior or tibial veins vith appropriate finctianal nnoeuvres and 
penanent recocxi) not chargeable during sur^ecy or during patient's post 
J19e operative stiy in hospital 7.10 11.30 



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4586 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

nuaosnc ULSsfscntD 

Cbde T P 

Vascular laboratory fees 

Ankle pressure determination - not chargeable during surgery or during the 
J199 patients' post operative stay in hospital $ - 8.80 

Ankle pressure measurements with segmental pressure recordings and/or 
J2CI0 pulse volume recordings and/or Doppler recordings 19.60 24.90 

Ankle pressure measurements with exercise and/or quantitative measure- 

Jl% ments added to the above 7.60 11.80 

J197 Penile pressure recordings - two or more pressures 6.60 8.80 

J203 Transcutaneous tissue OBcygEn tension nEasuremEnts 23.10 6.30 

J204 - «ten done in additicn to Dopfjiler studies 12.60 6.30 

Miscellaneous 

J180 Echography for placement of radiation therapy fields, scan B-mode 33.80 21.50 

J182 Extrenuties - per limb (excluding vascular study) 22.70 13.60 

J127 Breast - scan B-<node (per breast) 22.70 13.60 

J183 Scrotal - scan 22.70 13.60 

Ultrasonic guidance of biopsy, aspiration, anniocentesis or drainage 

J149 procedures (one physician only) 45.40 27.00 



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O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4587 

FlIJa««7 FIKHIGN SIUnES 

Coluir T - The benefit for testing including supplying of equipment, premises aid tedmical 
services. 

Colum P - the benefit for professional services including responsibility for quality control and 
technician training, interpretation of the results of the tests, and consultation betveen the physician 
responsible for the tests and the referring physician concerning the results of the test. 

Notes: 1. The total benefit is obtained by afdding colums T and P together. When coding the total 
benefit use suffix A; vhen coding the technical portion use only suffix B; when codir^ the 
professional portion only use suffix C. 

2. The benefits for J301, J324, J304 and J327 must be performed with a permanent record and 
represent the best of three recorded test results with or without bronchodilator. 

3. Vital capacity, J301, and flow volune loop, J304, cannot be claimed at the same time. 

4. Each of the following tests designated by an individual code nunber is considered to be 
specific and requires individual ordering. 

5. Escercise assessment (J315, B450, E451, J316, J317) requires a physician to be in 
attendaiKe at all times. 



Code 



J309 and J310 camot be rlaimpri at the same time. 



Vital capacity, FEV , FEV /FVC with or without ^•CFR(FBF 25-75) calcula- 

J301 tion : 9.00 6.80 

J324 Repeat J301 after bronchodilator 0....0 2.70 2.70 

J304 Flow volune loop (FVC, rev , FEV /FVC, V„, V-.) 18.10 12.90 

J327 Repeat J304 after bronchodilator ....." 2.70 2.70 

J311 Functional residual capacity by gas dilution method 15.80 13.95 

J307 FViKtional residual capacity hy body plethysmography 17.00 14.20 

J305 Limg conpliance (pressure volune curve of the Ivmg from TLC to FPC) 50.45 42.90 

Airways resistance by plethysnography or estimated using esophageal 

J306 catheter 15.60 12.80 

J340 Maximum inspiratory and expiratory pressures 2.70 1.80 

J309 Carbon monoxide diffusing capacity by steady state at rest 10.40 8.(X) 

J310 Carbon monoxide diffusing capacity by single breath method 20.80 14.40 

J2CB Carbon dioxide ventilatory response 19.40 D.OO 

J328 Oxygen ventilatory response (physician must be present) 19.40 19.40 

Stage 1: Graded exercise to maxinun tolerance exercise (must include 

continuous heart rate and ventilation at rest and at each work- 

J315 load) 48.20 32.20 

B450 J315 plus J301 or J304 before and/or after exercise, add 12.90 6.50 

J315 plus 12 lead E.C.G. done at rest, used for monitoring during the 

E451 exercise and follcwed for at least 5 minutes post eœrcise, add 17.50 20.30 

Stage U: Repeated steady state graded exercise (must include heart rate, 
ventilation, W , VOO^, BP, BCE, end tidal and mixed venous 

J316 00 at rest, 3 levels of exercise and recovery) 127.20 59.60 

J317 Stage lU: J3l6 plus arterial blood gases, pH and bicarbonate or lactate... 168.60 101.30 

Assesanent of exercise induced asthma (workload sufficient to achieve 
heart rate 85X of predicted maximuni; performance of J301 or J304 

J330 before exercise and 5-10 minutes post exercise) 32.30 19.50 

Z459 Arterial pincture for blood gas analysis - 8.20 

J319 Blood gas analysis: pH, PO^, POO^, bicarbonate and base excess 10.90 

J318 Arterialized venous blood sanple collection (e.g. ear lobe) 3.60 

A-^a oxygen gradient requiring measurement of RQ by sanpling mixed expired 

J320 gas and using alveolar air equation 26.70 10.30 

J331 Estimate of shiiit (Qs/Qt) breathir« pure oxygen 26.70 13.40 

J313 Mixed venous POO^ , by the rebreathdr^ method 10.90 3.60 

J323 0^ saturation by oximeter at rest, with or without Oj 10.20 5.10 

J332 Oxygen saturation by oximeter at rest, at exercise or during sleep 15.40 7.80 

J334 J332 with supplemental Oj 23.50 11.90 

J322 Standard 0^ consmption and 00^ production 25.90 6.70 

FiuottRï Fucnors 

Gbde T P 

Non-specific bronchial provocative test (histamine, methylcholine, thermal 

J333 challer^) 37.45 27.50 

J335 Antigen challenge test 50.30 27.50 

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4588 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

nuaosnc ito -œkaehjhc iwcaxREs 

With a few exceptions specifically indicated below, the listed procedural benefits are for the 
procedure(s) alone. Consultations or visit benefits when such services are rerxlered, may be 
claimed in addition to the procedural benefits. 

Uhai a procedure(s) is the sole reason for a visit, add $4.50 basic fee per visit for those proce- 
dures marked (+) r^ardless of the number of procedures carried out during that visit. However, 
if the patient visit is to a physician's office or a diagnostic facility controlled directly or 
indirectly by a pJ^ician who has examined (or is about to examine the patient) and referred the 

G700 patient to such a diagnostic facility, no basic fee should be claimed under these circumstances. 

Note: G700 is not payable to a hospital department. 

Fee Sdhedule Interfsetatiois 

1. Urinalysis and other laboratory tests listed on page 66, apply when these services are performed by a 
physician in his office with or without an associated consultation or visit. The same tests listed 
in the Laboratory Medicine Section of the Schedule apply to licensed laboratories. 

2. Some fees for Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures have the technical and professional caiponents 
listed s^Hrately. The technical component includes the salaries of support staff, equipment 
depreciation or lease costs, supplies and costs associated with the preparation of a written report. 
The professional component includes the clinical supervision of the diagnostic facility, 
interpretation of tte test results and a written report. When only one fee is listed for a service, 
it represents the professional conponent only. 

3. The Preamble applicable to Surgical Procedures also applies, where appropriate, to Diagnostic and 
Therapeutic Procedures. 

Note: If a patient presents for an allergy injection and has an acute infec- 
tious condition, albeit of the respiratory system, or some other unrelated 
condition whid» would have otherwise required a sepa r ate office visit, the 
physician is entitled to charge the appropriate assessment fee as well as the 
injection fee. If a patient requires a brief assessment of his allergic 
caiidition as well as the allergy injection, the physician should bill the 
injection and basic fees. 

Proced. 
Cbde Pee 



DEyg(s) desensitization, i.e. penicillin, insulin and aspirin in a 
G185 critical care settiiif infcr direct ptwsician supervision 165.20 

+G200 Acute desensitization; e.g. , ATS, penicillin 7.80 

4C201 Direct nasal tests, $1.38 each, maximun 4.14 

Ifyposensitization, including assessment and supervision (one or more 

+G202 injections) 3.40 

G212 - when sole reason for visit (G700 plus G202) 7.90 

Insect venom desensitization (iimuno therapy) - per injection (to a maximum 
of 5 per patient per diem). In addition to G205, after the initial major 
assessment, a minor or partial assessment may be claimed once per day 

G205 if raidered 11.50 

■fG203 0{iithalmic tests - direct, $1.38 each, maxiiiun 4.14 

+G204 - quantitative 11-00 

G206 Patch test, $1.38 each, maximum of 35 per year 48.30 

$1.51 each, maximiin of 50 per year for industrial or occupa- 

G198 tional dermatoses 75.50 

+G207 Bronchial provocative testing - per session (limit of 6 sessions per patient) 12.55 
Serial provocation testiiw for food colours, food additives and dry^ 
performed by a doiAle blind tecimique, placebo ocntrol, measured by 
objective parameters and to include dociinentation - per test 

GXB aininistratian (nHximm 5 per patient per year) per hour 12.40 

Skin tests provided in physician's office or hospital including physician 

G209 interpretation .69 cents each - technical component, maxinun 34.50 

G197 .16 cents each - professional component, maximLm. . 8.00 

Insect venom skin testing provided in physician's office or hospital inclu- 
G199 ding physician interpretation, $1.11 each, maximum 33.30 



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O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4589 

niAQOSIIC ^lO TSBteWUHC HKOETUSS 

Proced. 
Code Fee Anaes. 

AIlflGT - Cont'd. 

Local anaesthetic hypersensitivity skin test, $0.94 each, nsxijiun of 25 per 

G195 year 23.50 

Gl% Penicillin hypersensitivity dcin test, $0.94 each, maxinun of 15 per year .. 14.10 

Physical urticaria challenges to include at least 3 of tiie following: 
AssesaBit of dervigraphic challenge with 100, 250 or 500 ^ 
needle, measuring i Mediate and deleted responses 
Asses^ent of pressure challenge with 15 lbs. i^i^t reoordiiig 
oiset, peak, duraticn of response - innediate aid delayed 

- AssesÉaent of ioe cube cold challenges 

Assessaent of cholinergic exercise challaige with use of treadkdll 
or bicycle to target pulse rate greater or equal to 120 per 
■iiute and profuse sweating 
Vibration effect of lis^t and vater 
G213 - Histanne or KtbylchQline test 12.40 

MMESISSIA 

Bxamnation Itader Anaesthesia - ^Jhen sole proceckire performed not 
othervise listed in the Schedule. 
Z432 vith or without intubation (diagnosis required) 47.60 4 

CAnXOVASCULAR 

Vascular C^xuLation 

Z459 Arterial pmcture 8.20 

Camulation of artery or central vein; e.g. , for pressure measurements or 

G268 for feeding line, includinç cut down as necessary 27.95 

G309 lirbilical artery catheterization (including obtaining of blood sanple) .... 40.60 

4G480 Venipuncture - infant 8.25 

*G482 -child 5.60 

4G489 - adolescent or adult 2.00 

^0483 Therapeutic venisection 8.60 

G282 Urbilical vein catheterization (including obtaining of blood sanple) 17.75 

Insertion of ^Jan-Ganz catheter (not included in anaesthetic, respiratory 

Z43B or critical care benefits) 144.90 4 

Note: Uhen G2% is done in addition to G287 use Code (1304 instead 

- vAmi dye dilution densitometry done in addition, add, to a max. of 3 

O04 times, per &ran-Gènz insertion 

G360 DienBl DLLutiai studies (onoe a day to a »«"■■ of 5 d^rs) add 

Z456 Insertion of pemanent feeding line; e.g. , Hickman or Broviac catheter 

Z457 Surgical removal of Hidonan or Broviac catheter 

Z446 Insertion of subcutaneous venous access reservoir (chemoshmt) 

Z447 - revision same site 

(271 Anticoagulant supervision - long term, telephone advice - per month 

Blood Traisfusions: 

(279 Indirect transfusion 

(275 Exchange transfusion (procedure only) 

Assistant at exchange transfusion (see Preamble - page xi, item B. 36(g)) 

G280 Intra-uterine foetal transfusion - initial or subsequent 

(276 Donor cell pheresis (platelets or leukocytes) 

Therapeutic plasma exchange 

G277 -initial and repeat, to a maximun of 5 per year, each 

(278 - more than 5 per year, each 

G272 Manual plasmapheresis 

Càrdiowersicn: 
Z437 Cardioversion (electrical) - limit of three sessions per patient, per day.. 58.80 



44.00 




44.00 




121.00 


4 


35.20 


4 


121.00 


4 


53.20 


4 


9.45 




16.70 




182.90 




166.50 




13.70 




66.50 




33.90 




I.e. 





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4590 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

mAGNDsnc at) ibq(apeueic hvœukes 

Proced. 
Cbde Fee Anaes. 



CARDICWASCULAR - Ccxit'd. 

Cardlar Catheterization 

When more than one procedure is carried out at one sitting, the additional 
procedures are to be charged at 50% of the listed benefits. 

Hanodynamic/FIov/Metabolic Studies 

Z439 Right heart - pressures only 137.30 5 

7M0 Left heart - retrograde aortic 173.^ 5 

7M1 - transeptal 244.60 5 

Dye dilution densitometry and/or thermal dilution studies - benefit covers 

G2% all studies on same day in cath lab 91.40 

Note: When G2% is done in addition to G287 use Code G304 instead 

G299 Oxymetry 91.40 

G289 Pick determination 91.40 

G300 Metabolic studies; e.g., coronary sinus lactate and pyruvate determinations 91.40 

G301 Exercise studies during catheterization 100. 90 

G306 Isotope studies during cardiac catheterization 91.40 

G305 Intracardiac phonocardiography 100.70 

Angicgrapt^ 

G297 Angiograms (any nunber of injections) 100.90 

Bypass graft angiogram (including internal manmary artery inplant) 

CS09 - per graft injection 66.50 

Z442 Selective coronary catheterization - both arteries 239.50 5 

G263 - with drug interventionéil studies, add 80.70 

Z434 TransluiiiiiELL coronary angioplasty; one or more sites in a single vessel.... 3â5.40 5 

G262 - each additional vessel, add 177.70 

Note: If anatony mknwn at tine of procedure, claim G297 at 50K. 

Percutaneous angioplasty including angiography with or without pressure 
Z448 measurements on aortic valve, pubronic valve, pulmonary branch stenosis 429.25 20 
Z449 - for coarctation of aorta 343.30 20 

Electrophysiology/fticing 

&idocardial activation mapping (includes insertion of electrodes aid 
arrythnda induction) 

G176 -Atrial 219.70 

G177 - Wentricular 371.60 

G17B - Catheter ablation tiKrapy 313.80 

G179 - repeated 99.10 

G115 External cardiar pacing (ten|»rary transtiiocacic) once per 24 hr. period... 41.30 

Note: Not to be claimed in ocniiination with GS21, GS22, G523, G395 and G391. 

ELectrophysiologic measureoents (includes one or all of sinus node recovery 
times, conduction times and refractory periods). Includes insertion of 
G249 electrodes 206.45 

Induction of arrthymias: To include programed electrical stimulation, 
drug provocation and cardioversion if necessary: once per patient per 
C261 24 hours. Includes insertion of electrodes 297.30 

Acute ackdnistration of anti-arrthymic drugs with testing of arrthymia 

G366 inductability: Haximin 2 per 24 hours 132.10 

Note: C366 not to be claimed with G261. 

G261 not to be claimed with G521, G522, G523, G395 and G391. 

Z443 Insertion of temporary endocardial electrode 137.30 5 

Z431 Repositioning of temporary endocardial electrode 57.30 5 



1750 



O. Reg. 472/87 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



4591 



nuacsnc /to t^rafeueic hvxsifes 



Code 



G288 



G313 
tOlO 



G315 
G319 
G316 
G335 

GUI 
G112 



G650 
G651 
G652 
G653 
G654 
G655 

G320 
G311 

G283 
G284 

G180 
G181 

G307 
G308 



^tote: 



G504 
G505 
G506 
G507 
G50e 



CARnrCWASOLAR - Cont'd. 

Qxknyocardial Biopsy 

Ehdonyocardial biopsfy - transvascular, right or left 

ELectrocardiograph/ - professional ccnponent nust include pertinent 

written interpretation 
E.C.G. - professional conçonent 

- technical conçonent 

HaxinHl stress E.C.G. (exhaustion, synptoms or E.C.G. dianges) or subnexiinal 

stress E.C.G. (to target heart rate for patient) by a standard technique - 
with treadidll or ergometer and oscilloscopic continmus monitoring includ- 
ing E.C.G' s taken during the procedure and resting E.C.G' s before and after 
the procedure - physician must be in attendance at all times. The profes- 
sional ccnponent includes the necessary clinicéil assessment ijimediately 
prior to testing. 

- technical conponent 

- professional conponent 

Vector - technical conponent 

- professional conponait 

Dipyiandole IhalliiB Stress Test 

- Ttidiiical QcoponEnt 

- Professional comment 

Oontiiuous BOG Hcnitraring; e.g. , Bolter 

Level 1 - Requires a recorder capable of recording or analyzing all beats and 
transmitting this information to a scanner which is ca^le of analyzing or 
printing every beat and also performing a trend analysis on the 12 or 24 
rwur tape period. 

Level 2 - /Ql otier 12-24 hour mnitariiig devices vhich record only 
portions of the Bcnitoring period or do not provide trail analysis. 

Level 1 - professional conponent 

- technical conponent - recording 

- scanning 

Level 2 - professional conponent 

- technical conponent - recording 

- scanning 

Interpretation of telephone transmitted E.C.G. rhythm strip 

- professional conponent (must include pertinent writen interpretation). 

- technical conponent 

Single chamber reprogranming including electrocardiograptty 

- professional conponent 

- technical conponent 

Dual chamber reprogranming including electrcardiography 

- professional conponent 

- technical component 

Pacemaker pulse wave analysis including electrocardiography 

- professional conponent 

- technical conponent 

Nm Invasive Gàrdiogtaphy: 

When more than one procedure of items marked (*) are performed at one sitting, 
the major procedure is to be claimed at full benefit and the remainder at 
5(K of the listed benefit(s). 

*Phonocardiogram - multiple channel (not less than 3 charnels) 

- professional component 

- technical conponent 

(with pharmacologic intervention), add 

*Apex cardiogram - professional conponent 

- tedffiical conponent 

*Fees for apex cardiography and E.C.G. may be charged when both 
services are rendered. 



Proced. 
Fee Anaes. 



152.40 



8.70 
6.40 



31.95 

50.60 

16.40 

9.20 

39.00 
61.10 



42.90 
23.30 
31.90 
30.55 
22.20 
15.20 

3.75 
1.85 

8.50 
8.50 

12.70 
11.30 

8.50 
8.50 



15.50 

37.80 

7.70 

9.45 

9.45 



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4592 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

GSitaOSEIC fHi TBERAFEUHC RUGŒURES 

Proced. 
Code Fee Anaes. 

CARDICVA9CULAR - Cont'd 

Blood Flow Study (Doppler or other) - uni or bilateral 

*Phlebography and/or carotid pulse tracing (with systolic time intervals) 

G518 - professional componait 10.10 

G519 - technical component 10. 10 

G502 Carotid phonoangiography - professional component 9.45 

G503 Oculoplethysmography - professional conçonent 9.45 

G120 Inpedance plethysmography - professional component 6.15 

G121 - technical conponent 12.10 

Echocardiograph/ 

Professional components: P is the professional fee for the perfonnance 
of some or all of the proceoure by a suitably trained physician or 
alternatively, the same physician being physically present in the echo- 
cardiography laboratory to supervise the procedure, interpret the 
results and provide a written report. P^ is the professional fee for 
interpretation of the results (the video tape must be reviewed in its 
entirety by the ptwsician) and provision of a written report by a 
suitably trained physician. 

G560 Cbiplete study - 1 dim. - technical component 33.90 

G561 - professional component (P.) 32.70 

G562 - professional component (P^) 24.20 

G566 -2 dim. - technical component 58.10 

G567 - professional component (P.) 51.40 

G568 - professional component (Pp 38.70 

G570 - 1 and 2 dim. - technical component 74.60 

GS71 - professionïil component (P^) 68.25 

G572 - professional component (P^) 51.00 

Limited study - 1 or 2 dim. for follow up studies - not to be charged in 

G574 conjunction with pregnancy study - technical component 16.10 

G575 - professional component (P or P^ ) 16. 10 

Cardiac Doppler study in conjunction with complete 1 and 2 dim. echocardio- 

G577 graphy studies - technical conponent 44.00 

G578 - professioned component (P^) 34.00 

G579 Saline study (including venipuncture) - professioial component (P^^) 10.50 

Peripheral Arterial and Venous Systems - see listings under Diagnostic 
Ultrasound. 

aancAL cake 

Life Threatening Einer:Bency Situation - Resuscitation in emergency situation 
(cardiac arrest, massive injury, cardio-respiratory failure, resuscita- 
tion of newborn (see Preamble relating to Obstetrics), severe shock, 
coma) includes inmediate crisis related examination and usual 
resuscitative measures and to include as required, defibrillation, 
cardioversion, cut downs, intravenous lines, arterial and/or venous 
catheters, pressure infusion sets and pharmacological agents, urinary 
catheters, C.V.P. lines, blood gases, nasogastric tubes with or without 
lavage, endotracheal intubation and trach^ toilet. 

G521 benefit per physician - first 1/4 hour 73.30 

G523 - second 1/4 hour 36.70 

- cif ter first 1/2 hour (per 1/4 hour or major part 

GS22 thereof) 24.20 



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O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4593 

niAlCSnC AN) TSBA^JHC wocsuss 

Proced. 
Cbde Fee Anaes. 
CRITICAL OWE - Cont'd 

Other Resuscitaticn - includes cutdcwis, intravenous lines, arterial and 
/or venous catheters pressure infusion sets and pharmacological agents, 
urinary catheters, C.V.P. lines, blood g^ses, nasogastric tubes, vith or 
without lavage, endotracheal intubation and tracheal toilet. 

G395 benefit per physician - first 1/4 hour 37.70 

- after first 1/4 hour (per 1/4 hour or major part 

G391 thereof) 18.90 

Consultation or assessments rendered before or after provision of resuscitative 
care or neonatal intensive care may be riaimpd on a fee for service basis 
but not vhen claiming Critical, Ventilatory, Ifematal Ihtosive Care 
or Conprehensive care fees. When claiming Critical, Ventilatory, Necnatal 
Intensive Care or Conprehensive Care fees no other Critical Care codes 
may be riainipd by the same physician(s) . 

G303 Transthoracic pacemaker - insertion 45.70 

Bidotracheal intubation for resuscitation (not to be Haimpri when followed 
G211 by a surgical procedure) 31.95 

CHtical Care - (Intensive Care Ihit) - includes provision in an Intensive 
Care Area of all aspects of care of a critically ill patient (b) excluding 
ventilatory support {e} and ijxludes initial coréultation and assessmenfT 
emergency resuscitation, intravenous lines, cut downs, pressure infusion 
set and pharmacological agents, insertion of arterial, C.V.P. or urinary 
catheters and nasogastric tubes, securing and interpretation of labor- 
atory tests, oximetry, transcutaneous blood gases and intracranial pressure 
monitoriiig interpretation and assessment when indicated (excluding insertion 
of ICP measuring device). These fees are not chargeable for services 
rendered to staBlized patients in I.C.U.'s, or patients adndtted for BOG 
monitoring or observation alone. 

(b) Riyslcian-in-cfaarge {e} is the physician(s) daily providing the above. 

G400 1st day 7. 188.30 

G401 2nd to 10th days (inclusive) per diem 94.20 

G402 11th dc^ onwards per diem 47.10 

Ventilatory SuRiort (Ihtensi>« Care lliit) - includes provision of 

ventilatory care including initial consultation and assessment of the 
patient, endotracheal intubation with positive pressure ventilation 
including intravenous lines, cutdcwn, pressure infusion, insertion 
arterial C.V.P. lines, tracheal toilet, use of artificial ventilator snd 
all necessary measures for its supervision, obtaining and interpretation 
of blood gases, oximetry, transcutaieous blood gas application and 
assessnent. 

(b) Bjysicia>-in-dBrBe {e} is the physician(s) daily providing the above. 

G405 1st day 7. 163.» 

G406 2nd to 10th day (inclusive) per diem 81.70 

G407 11th day onwards per diem 54.40 

Conprehensive Care (Intensive Care Lhit) - these fees apply to Intensive 
Care ohysicians who provide complete care ((b} both (e) Critical Care and 
Ventilatory Support as defined above) to Intensive Care Area patients. 
These fees include the initial consultation and assessment and 
subsequent examinations of the patient, endotracheal intubation, 
tracheal toilet, artificial ventilation and all necessary measures for 
respiratory support, emergency resuscitation, insertion of intravenous 
lines, cut downs, arterial and/or venous catheters, pressure infusion 
sets and pharmacological agents, insertion of CVP lines, defibrillation, 
cardioversion aid usual resuscitative measures, insertion of urinary 
catheters and nasogastric txibes, securing and interpretation of blood 
gases and laboratory tests, oximetry, transcutaneous blood g^ses, 
intracranial pressure monitoring interpretation and assessnent when 



1753 



4594 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

nuaajsac fm iHotAPBunc rrocsxjres 

Proced. 
Code Fee Anaes. 
atmOVL CARE - Cont'd. 

indicated (excluding insertion of ICP measurinç device). These fees are 
not chargeable for services rendered to stabilized patients in I.C.U. 's, 
or patients admitted for EXE monitoring or observât iones, 
defibrillation, cardioversion and usual resuscitative measures, 
insertion of urinary catheters and nasogastric tubes, securing and 
interpretation of blood gases and laboratory tests, oximetry, 
transcutaneous blood gases, intracranial pressure monitoring 
interpretation and assessment when indicated (excluding insertion of ICP 
measuring device). These fees are not chargeable for services rendered 
to stabilized patients in I.C.U. 's, or patients admitted for BCG 
monitoring or observation alone. 

(b) Riysician-in-<feu:ge {e) is the pliysician(s) dîdly providing the above. 

G557 1st day T. .T 274.70 

G558 2nd to 10th days (inclusive) per diem 137.40 

G559 Uth day onwards per diem 68.70 

If Ventilatory Support [b) only {e} is provided, for example, bjy the 

anaesthetist(s), claims should then be made under {b} Ventila tory 

Support {e}. {bj Comprehensive Care {e) fees do not applyi Other 

physicians should then charge (bJ Critical Care {e) fees {b}or{e} the 

appropriate consultation, visit or procedures. ~ 
The fees under Physician-in-Charge apply per patient treated, i.e., while 

the physician- in-charge may change during the course of treatment, the 

daily fee formaLa as set out should be charged bv the physicians 

involved as if there was only aie physician-in-charge during the 

treatment program; in this sense, the daily fees are team fees. 
If patient has been discharged from Uhit more than 48 hours and is 

re-admitted to Uhit, 1st day rate applies again on day of re-admission. 
The appropriate consultation, procedure and visit fees shall apply after 

stopping Critical Care, Ventilatory Support, Comprdiensive Care or 

Neonatal Intensive Care. 

Other physicians apart from those providing Critical Care or Comprehensive 
Care may charge the appropriate consultation, visit and procedure fees 
not listed in the fee schedule for Critical Care. These claims will be 
adjudicated by the Plan on an Independent Consideration basis. 

BypectBiic Therapy (per dive) 

G800 Physician in chamber with patient - per dive, first 1/4 hour 50.40 

- after first 1/4 hour (per 1/4 hour or 

G801 major part thereof) 25.30 

- after 2 hours in chamber (per 1/4 hour 

G802 or major part thereof) 50.45 

For each additional patient treated in the chancer, increase the above 

G803 fee(s) by 2ÇS(, 

G804 Physician not in chamber with patient(s) - per dive, first 1/4 hour 37.70 

- after first 1/4 hour (per 
G805 1/4 hour or major part thereof). 18.90 

Consul tation(s) or assessment(s) and special visit premiiiii(s) may be 

claimed on a per patient basis when these services are reidered. 

Note: Hyperbaric therapy is not a benefit of CHIP for treatment of some 
conditions. Please refer to CHIP District Medical Consultant for 
qucilifying diagnosis. 



G210 Hypothemda (therapeutic) induction and management 170.10 



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O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4595 

nuaosnc fm i^sArainc imxïuses 

Proced. 
Code Fee Anaes. 

oarrcftL owe - cont'd 

Neonatal Intsisivc Care 

Level A: F\ill life support indudiiig invasive monitoring, ventilatory 

sufiport and parenteral alincntaticn (all modalities) 

0600 - 1st day 274.70 

G601 - 2nd to 10th days (inclusive) per diΠ137.40 

G602 - 11th day onwards, per diem 68.70 

Level B: Intensive care including full monitoring both invasive and non-in- 
vasive, axyggn éidbninistratian and intrav<enous therapy, but without ven- 
tilatory support 

G610 - 1st day 177.70 

G611 - 2nd d^ omards, per die» 50.20 

Level C: Intermediate care including ODQ^gen adkidnistratian, non-invasive 

monitoring and gavage feeding. 

(5620 - 1st d^ 119.10 

G621 - 2nd day onwards, per diem 24.90 

The above benefits include the initial consultation or as sess m ent and 
subsequent esonination of the patient and, as required, insertion of arter- 
ial, veious, C.V. P. or urinary catheters, intravenous lines, interpreting 
of blood gases, nasogastric tubes, pressure infusion sets and pharmaceu- 
tical agents, endotracheal intubation, tracheal toilet, artificial venti- 
lation and all necessary measures for respiratory suijpcxt. 
Ihese are team fees which apply to neonatologists/paediatricians/anaest- 
hetists providing conçlete care. If ventilator care only is ixtjvided by 
anaesthetists, the above listings do not apply, daims should then be made 
mder Ventilatory Support (G405, etc.) witn Neonatology Paediatric 
coBfXXients billed on a fee for service basis. 

If infant has been transferred from one level to aiother in either direc- 
tion, up or down, second day benefits apply. 

Regular visit and procedure benefits vill apply the day folloving term- 
ination of Neonatal Intensive Care. 

If patient has been discharged from Uhit more than 48 hours and is re- 
acfadtted to Uhit, 1st day rate applies again on dsnr of re-admission. 
Ihe appropriate consultation, procedure and visit oenefits shall apply 
after stopping artificial respiration oc special care. 

Uhen claiming Critical, Ventilatory, Neonatal Intensive Care or 
Conprehensive Care fees no other Critical Care codes mgy be «'la-JMaH fay the 
same physician(s). 

XntœiT^ Care Mamtaring 

This category excludes Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation and Ventilatory 
Support and should be rlaimpd on the basis of the appropriate consultation, 
procedure and visits benefit. 

COAUSIS: !UCBe team benefits to include listed items. (This does not 
include preliminary investigation of the case). 

Ffafodialysis (to include haeaofiltratlcn, haeaoperfusicn) 

R849 Initial cffid acute (to include surgical conçonents) 776.95 6 

R850 Insertion of Scrihner shmtTb (to be included in the $776.95 initial) 279.00 6 

G325 Medical cai|Mnent (to be included in the $776.95 initial) 497.95 

G323 Acute, repeat (maximal of 3) 253.20 

G326 Chronic each 56.10 

Oxitinuous feoDdiafiltratiai 

G093 Initial and acute. Repeat aaxùui of 3 497.95 

QD94 (Jircnic 58.10 



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4596 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 



Code 



DIALÎSIS - Cont'd. 



Proced. 




Fee 


Anaes. 


497.95 




58.10 




91.40 


4 


135.60 


4 


83.30 




72.40 


4 


319.80 


6 


73.20 


4 


355.40 


7 


377.70 


7 


73.20 


4 


83.30 




13.70 




177.70 




160.10 




82.90 




166.50 


6 


83.30 


4 


45.30 





SIov Gantiiuous ULtxafiltxation 

G095 Initial and acute. Repeat maxioun of 3 

G096 Chronic 

Z450 Revision of Scribner dmnt - single 

Z451 - both 

Z452 De-clotting of Scribner shunt 

B843 Removal of cannula or A.V. shunt 

R827 Creation of A.V. fistula - see listing on page 124 4 

RB41 Obliteration of A.V. fistula 

R851 By-pass grgif t for haemodialysis - synthetic 

P840 - autogenous vein 

R833 Ligation or rennval of by-pass graft 

G324 Insertion of subclavian or esctexnal jugular catheter for haemodialysis 

G336 - Revision 

Pexitcneal dialysis 

G330 Acute (up to 48 hours) includes stylette cannula insertion (tenporary) .... 

G331 Repeat acute (up to 48 hours) - maxinuti of 3 

G332 Chixnic (up to 48 hours) - maxijiun of $165.80 per week 

R852 Insertion of peritoneal cannula by laparotomy 

R853 Insertion of Tenchkov type peritwal catheter - chronic - by trocar 

R854 Removal of Tenchkov type peri toneal catheter 

Home/self -care dialysis - services na ide t ed by physician 

Hemodialysis and peritoneal diêilysis (intermittent peritoneal dialysis and 

continuous ambulatory peritonieal dialysis) - includes routine clinic 

visits (system/drug/dialysis technicpje/blood work review and physical 

examination), counselling/psychotherapy of patients and relatives and 

G333 supervised dialysis vtei required, per patient, per weëc 26.60 

When physicians are required to nake emergency visits to see patients on 
any form of home/self -care dialysis the appropriate visits and premiums 
are benefits. When the patient requires rwspitalization, the appropiate 
fees for daily care and in-hospital dialysis are benefits instead of 
G333. 

Home/self -care hanofihilia - services rendered by the specialist in charge 

of the patient. 
HeBDphilia - includes routine clinic visits (systens/dixigs/infusiais 

tedniques/blood vodc/review/physical examination), ooinselling, 

psychotherEoiy, genetic couiselling of patients and relati^Mes, aiid 

su|)ervised hanophilia infusion vhen required, 
GlOO per patient, pa: week 26.60 

Uhen physicians are required to sake amyai cy visits to see patients 
on any fona of hcne/self care heoDphilia infusion, the a p propriate 
visits and premiuiB are chai^^geable. Mhai the patient requires 
hospitalization, tiie appropriate fees for daily care and in-hospital 
infiisions are chaigeame instead of GICX). 

BOOŒDKIUXY NSD mUWLJSn 

-tC493 ACIH test - single or multiple, per injection 5.65 

Antidiuretic hormone response test including the 8 hour water 
+C337 deprivation test 15.10 

Clonidine suppression test (for the investigation of pheochromocytoma) - 
-tG338 with physician present - includes venipunctures 22.20 

Glucagon test 

-tG494 (Type A) for carbohydrate response 9. 10 

(Type B) for hypertension, pheochromocytoma and insulinoma 
-tG495 provocative test (including cold pressor test) 37.80 

Growth hormone exercise stimuation test with physician present (includes 
G358 venipunctures) 22.20 



17S6 



O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4597 

isiaosnc /to i^KArajnc hccsxbes 

Proced. 
Qxle Fee Anaes. 

anxxDcuGT md tenBouai - cont'd. 

+G340 Histaaine test to include a oontrol cold (xessor test 40.40 

-t<341 Hypertonic saline infusion test 13.10 

4(342 Implantation of honnone pellets 27.70 

Insulin hypoglycemia pituitary finction test with or without IBH and 

<0497 UM alone or in combination 44.40 

4G498 Intravenous glucose tolerance test 9.10 

4G499 Intravenous tolbutanide test 44.40 

+<5D Pentagastrin stiaulation for calcitonin 37.80 

4G344 Hientolanrine test 37.80 

+G501 TPH or liFH test, per injection 5.65 

+G490 Saralasin test 37.80 

Open circuit indirect caloriaetzy 

G515 Detezainaticn (^ restiqg oiexsy esqienditiEe in ai isotfaenBl endrooHent... 41.30 

(516 HeasuroiBit of substrate oddation 33.00 

casncBaBouxs 

G349 Oesoph^^ taoponade (Blakemore bag) - insertion 40.40 

Oesophageal notility study(ies) witn oenoaetry 

G350 - standard, with physician in continuous attendance 79.80 

G343 - interpretation only 17.75 

OesoptiéKeal acid perfusion test and/or provocative drug testing with 

G353 pcysician in continuous attendance 30.20 

(W - interpretation only 9.60 

Oesoph^eal pH study for reflux, with installation of acid 

G251 - standard, with physician in continuous attendance 30.20 

G351 - with 24 hour ami tMTing 35.50 

G346 - tracing inter^MPetation only 17.75 

Gastric lavage 

4G355 (a) di^iostic 8.60 

G356 (b) therapeutic - with or without ice water lavaçe 30.20 

Gastric secretion studies (Augnented Histamine or Histalog, or Pentagastrin) 

-tG357 - procedure and suKrvision 17.50 

G352 Biliary tract provocative test with cholecystokinin 8.60 

G354 Anal-rectal nanoBe try with physician in continuous attendance 40.40 

G253 - interpretation only 9.50 

GÏNABOOLOGT 

G367 Artificial insemination 22.60 

G363 Cervical ntjoous penetration test 15.50 

G361 Bidanetrial Qushii« 15.50 

*G364 Honor's test 15.50 

Z453 Tests of tubal patency e.g. Rubin's 17.75 4 

G378 Insertion of intra-utedne contraceptive device 18.90 

4G36Z Insertion of ladnaria tent 3.50 

+G365 Papanicolaou snear 4.00 

Note: (Ihe Papaiicolaou smear is included in the consultation, repeat consul- 

tation, general or specific assessment (or re-assessment), partial 
assessaent, amual health or routine post-natal visit v^ien a pel'/ic 
eKsadnation is a normal part of the foregoing services.) 
Cost of I.U.C.D. and laminaria tent may be charged directly to the 
patient. 

INJBCTKIG GR niVSICNS 

-tG369 B.C.G. imoculation, following tuberculin tests 4.70 

Note: Multiple B.C.G. imoculations used for treatment of carcinoma are to be 
considered experimental and no flaimg should be made for this service. 



1757 



4598 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

niAGNDSEIC ao WEB/'PBJnC WCŒXFFS 

Proced. 
^^°<^ Fee Anaes. 
miBCnCNS CR INFIKTCNS - cont'd. 



4<î370 Bursa, joint, ganglion or tendon sheath and/or aspiration 17.75 

G371 - each additional site or area, - (maxinun $44.50 per visit) 8.90 

Note: G370, G371 - not allowed in additicxi to surgical benefits when performed at 
time of surgery. 
See also HPB 09i. 

Qiananucleolysis 

Lateral discography 

Z454 - first disc 54.50 

G368 - if lumbosacral disc included, add ^'.50 

G386 - second and subsequent discs each 27.25 

Injection for chemonucleolysis 

G392 - initial injection A5.25 

G393 - any subsequent injection at other levels, each 22.70 

G3% Injections of extensive keloids 22.30 

Z456 - under general anaesthesia 40.05 

Intramuscular, subcutaneous or intradermal including interpretation 
G372 - with visit - each injection 2.00 

Note: Use G372 for rabies injection(s). 

Ihtranuscular, subcutaneous or intradermal indudiiig interpcetation 

G373 - sole reason - first injecticn 4.70 

G372 - each additional injection 2.00 

Jhtralesicnal infiltxatian 

+G375 - one or two lesions 8.00 

+G377 - 3 or more lesions 11.85 

G383 -extensive «^ I.C. 

G462 Administ ration of oral polio vaccine - if only service rendered 1.50 

G384 Infiltration of tissues for trigger point 8.00 

G385 - for each additional site, add (to a max. of 2) 4.00 

Intravenous 

4<]376 Infant 9 10 

4C379 Child or adult 5.50 

Notes: (1)G376 or G379 apply to cryoprecipitate infusion. 

(2)G376, G379 may not be claimed with G279 nor with x-rs^rs. 
(3)Except for G381, G281, injections into established I.V. apparatus 
may not be claimed. 

-tC380 Cut down including cannulation as necessary 24. 15 

Chanotherary (msirrow suppressant) - with each injection initiated by a 
physician by intravenous infusion for treatment of malignant or autoininune 
disease 

- sinçle injection (for agents other than adrianycin, cisplatin, bleo- 

4C381 mycin or high dose methotrexate) 12.40 

G281 - each additional injection (other than above dn^) 6.20 

Chemotherapy and patient assessment provided by physician in hospital based 
clinics or to in-patients (the following benefits include patient asses 
sment for a 24 hour period, drug administration and establishment of 
intravenous to a maximun of one fee claimed, every three weeks) 

- single agent intravenous chemotherapy i.e. adriamycin, cisplatin or 

G339 bleomycin 42.00 

- multiple agent intravenous chemotherapy including at least one of 
G345 either adriamycin, cisplatin or bleomycin 56.20 

- special single agait chemotherapy utilizing either high-dose metho- 
trexate with folinjc acid rescue - methotrexate given in a dose of 
greater than 1 g/m or high dose cisplatin greater than 75 mg/m given 

G359 concurrently with hydration and osmotic diuresis 79.80 

Supervision of chemotherapy (marrow sumressant) for malignant or 
G382 auto-inmune disease by telephone - monthly 10.20 



1758 



O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4599 

niAN3SIIC ^D IffiRAFELmC ROCHIFES 

Proced. 
Code Fee Anaes. 

DOBCnaC W DWKKIC - cont'd. 

Varicose veins (tnaxiïïun per visit - $18.20) 

+G387 - single injection 9.10 

G388 - multiple (militerai or bilateral) each additional A. 55 

Conpression sclerotherapy (includes multiple injections, coipression ban- 

G536 daging and one post injection visit) 68.60 

G537 Repeat conpression sclerotherapy 22.95 

Management of parenteral alimentation - physician in charge - not to be 

G510 charged in addition to hospital visits per visit 18.70 

LABGR/aOOr tBKCOE IN IRVAIE OFFIΠ

The following benefits apply to physicians who perform these particular 
tests in their own offices. The L.M.S. schedule for Laboratory Medicine on 
pages 21-32 for these peirticular tests applies to licensed laboratories. 

G013 Aminophylline (theophylline) NIL 

GOOl Cholesterol, total 5.00 

Glucose, quantitative or semi-quantitative - see Laboratory Medicine 

Q0O2 Preamble, page 21, para. 4 1.85 

G^l Hemoglobin screen and/or haematrocrit (amy method or instrunent) 1.20 

G003 Lactic dehydrogenase (L.D.H.) total 3.70 

0004 Occult blood 1.40 

0005 Pregnancy test 3.55 

0006 SGOT 3.70 

0007 Urea nitrogen (B.U.N.) 2.20 

0008 Uric acid 2.20 

Urinalysis, routine (includes microscopic examination of centrifuged speci- 
men plus ai^ of S.G. , pH, protein, sugar, haanoglobin, ketones, urobi- 

0009 linogen, bilirubin) 3.90 

0010 - one or more parts of above without microscopy 1.80 

0011 Fungus culture including KOH preparation and smear 11.30 

0012 Wet preparation (for firigus, trichomonas, parasites) 1.70 

G014 Rapid streptococcal test 4.10 

Nephrological management of donor procurement - includes management of the 
neurologically "dead" donor on life support systems, assesment of renal 
functions pre-nephrectoiy, pre-nephrectony iraiuno therapy, assessment as 

0411 to potential recipients to be called in, etc 171.60 

G347 Renal perfusion with hypothermia for or^ transplantation 85.80 

G348 Renal preservation with continuous machine perfusion 85.80 

Nephrological conponent of transplantation, including conplete patient care 

0412 for first 48 hours following transplantation 6(X).60 

reWE BLOOCS - not to be charged when used as local anaesthetic for 
surgical procedures 
Note: Time uiits are not applicable to nerve blocks. If one physician gives the 
anaesthetic and another does the nerve block, claim the anaesthetic as 
Z432, page 56 

0214 Brachial plexus 48.10 

0215 Coeliac ganglion 74.00 

0239 Differential intrathecal spinal block 112.30 

0216 Epidural block 66.10 

0245 Epidural or intrathecal injection of sclerosing solution 145. 30 

G243 Femoral nerve - uiilateral 48. 10 

0244 -bilateral 72.10 

0246 Introduction of epidural catheter for relief of pain: institution 68.00 

0255 - wi th insertion of subcutaneous port 170. 10 

- plus hospital visits for each additional visit rendered (to a maxinun 
G247 of 4 visits per day) . See also Preamble para B37(y) visit fees 



1759 



4600 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

EOAUDSnC Pit) THERAPHjnC FTOCHIEES 

Proced. 
Code Fee Anaes. 

^eRVE BLOOCS - Cont'd. 

G218 Ilioninguinal and iliohypogastric nerves 48.10 

G219 Infraorbital 30.20 

G220 Intercostal nerve 30.20 

G221 - for each additional one, add 14.90 

G222 Intrathecal spinal 66.10 

G225 Mental branch of mandibular nerve 30.20 

G250 Maxillary or mandibular division of trigeminal nerve 66. 10 

G241 Obturator nerve - unilateral 48. 10 

G242 - bilateral 72.70 

G227 Other cranial nerve block 74.00 

Paravertebral nerve block of cervical, thoracic or lumbar or sacral or 

G228 cocygeal nerves 48.10 

G123 - for each additional one, add (to a maximum total of $144.90) ... 24.20 

G229 Pudendal - unilateral 48.10 

G240 - bilateral 72.70 

Note: - for obstetrical continuous conduction anaes. see P014, P015 on pg. 75. 

G422 Retrobulbar injection (not to be claimed when used as a local anaesthesia). 30.20 

G230 Sciatic nerve 48.10 

G226 - bilateral 72.70 

G248 Single shot caudal block done in conjunction vith anaesthesia 13.60 

Somatic or peripheral nerves not specifically listed 

G231 - one nerve or si te 30. 10 

G223 - additional nerve(s) or site(s), add 15.00 

G232 Spleno-palatine ganglion 48.50 

G233 Splanchnic 48.50 

G234 Stellate ganglion 48.50 

G256 Superior laryngeal nerve 30. 10 

G235 Supraorbital 30.10 

G236 Sympathetic block(s) (lumbar or thoracic) 48.50 

G237 - bilateral 72.60 

G238 Transverse scapular nerve 48.50 

G217 Trigeminal ganglion 74.70 

When alcohol or other sclerosing solutions are used, add 50^ to the appro- 
priate nerve block fees as listed above vith the exception of fee codes 
E958 G245 and G246 

hEHXXXJY 

G273 Epidural injection of adrenal steroid or autologous blood 65.65 

G274 - post laminectomy into operative site 80.20 

Z804 Lumbar puncture 36.25 

Z805 - vith instillation of medication 48.50 

G410 Amytal test (Vada) - bilateral-supervision and coordination of tests 60.50 

G413 Electrocor ticogram - supervision and interpretation 151 . 10 

G419 Tensilon test 17.75 

G551 Katzman test (subarachnoid infusion test) including lunbar punctures 151.10 

ELectroencephalography 

An EBG consists of at least a twenty minute recording vith referential and 
bipolar montages and at least eight channels (except in neonates). 
Hyperventilaticn and photic stimulation should be done in all cases 
viiere clinically possible. 

+G414 - technical component 22.95 

G415 - professional component 19.50 

G416 - vith activating or sleep inducing drugs and/or sleep deprivation,add. . 14.00 

Note: Use code G416 if claim states sleep recording but is not for ovemigjit 
recordiiç. Use 0670 to G680 for Sleep Studies. 



1760 



O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4601 

nuviosnc ttt) i^RAFEunc EWcaxsES 

Proced. 
Code Fee Anaes. 

reiCLOGT - Cont'd. 

G417 Inserting subten^xiral needle electrodes, add 14.00 

Videotape reoOTding of clinical signs in association with sptntaneous EBG, 
add to routine fees, per 1/4 hour (oaxma of 1 hour) 

G545 - professional co^xuent 13.00 

G5<0 - technical ooa^xxiait 8.70 

G553 Videotape recording of clinical signs with fflG reoordiJig 24.80 

Radio telanetry or portable recording to noiitœ: spcntaieaus BBG fro» a 

freely moving patient, add to routine tees 

GS46 - professional con^xxient 26.20 

G542 - tectnical cGDfxxiËnt 22.20 

GS52 Telenetiy ŒG reoordiiig to Bonitor contiiuous ŒG in a patioit (£or gim tta 

than 8 hours) 32.80 

/Mxilatoy ŒG ncnitori^g (12 - 24 hours) Sleep Staging 

CS54 - Tectmcal otuçcnent 44.60 

(S55 - Professional co^xnent 41.30 

Bvdced R>tentials 

G137 Gne LM) - Ttedwiical aj yiMit 29.20 

G135 - Professional co^ponEnt (PI) 60.90 

G136 - Interpretation only (P2) 18.90 

G140 INro Liafas - Tednical coqxnait 38.60 

G138 - Professional oo^xnoit (PI) 77.25 

G139 - Interpretation only (P2) 34.35 

Note: PI wBy be r1ai»»H ^^len physician perfocas the studies and intoiKets the 
results. 

Polygraphic recording of three paraneters in addition to ŒG (such as 
respiration, eye movement, Q(G, nusde movements, etc.) add 
G544 per item (to a maxinun of $24.00) 8.00 

OraTHAUOLOGT 

Note: G424, G423 - Contact Lens fitting is not a benefit except mder 
certain specific conditions. See Preanble, Appendix A. 

G424 Contact lens fitting (with follow-up for 3 months) 156.90 

One eye only, when the other eye has been previously fitted by the sane 

G423 physician (with follow-up for 3 months) 80.80 

G463 Hydrophilic "Bandéwe" lens fitting 80.80 

Colour vision detailed assessment (not to be rlaimpd for screening tests 

G438 such as Ishihara, IFR and Uhiversity, etc. ) 21.80 

G437 Cërk adaptation curve (Goldœinn adaptometer or equivalent) 30.80 

G453 Electro-oculogram - interpretation fee 17.50 

+C439 Electro-retinography with report 42.70 

+G425 Fluorescein angiography 42.70 

+G444 Fluorescein angioscopy 12.40 

Note: G425, G444 - for bilateral procedures, add 50K of the listed Benefit. 

G426 Glaucoma provocative tests, including water drinking tests 25.80 

G428 Hess screen examination 8.60 

G427 Ophthalmodynamometry 8.60 

Radioactive phosphor\js examination 

0429 - anterior approach 38.00 

GA30 - posterior approach 76.80 

G421 Subconjvmctival or sub-Tenons capsule injection 1A.30 

Note: G429, G430, G421 - for bilateral procedures, add 50K of the listed Benefit. 



1761 



4602 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 472/87 



niAacsnc AhD THH«APnm:c hcchxfes 



Code 

OPHIHMJtXflGY - Cont'd. 

4^435 Tonometrv 

(Not to be claimed if done in conjunction with an ophthalmological consult- 
ation or specific assessment). 

G433 Tonography (to include tonometry) with or without water 

G436 Visual fields - kinetic (with permanent record) 

G432 Visual fields - static perimetry 

G149 Visual Evoked Bespoise - Sin^xLe - Tednical ccnponent 

G147 - Professional caqxnait (PI) 

G148 - Interpretation only (P2) 

G152 Visual Evoked Response - Ihrediold - Technical cai|xxient 

050 - Professional conixnent (PI) 

G151 - Interpretation only (P2) 

Note: PI way be rlaimpri \Aiai physician perfonns tiie studies and interprets the 
results. 

Botulinun toxin injection of extraocular muscle with electromyographic 
G468 control per iiuscle(s) 

OJXÂM3ÏOJU3GÏ 

GKB DetHridoicnt of maxillectcni/ candty 

4C420 Ear syringing or curetting (not claimed with Z907) - uni or bilateral 

Diagnostic ttearing Tests (not applicable to fixed level screening audio- 
metry) 
Pure tone threshold audiometry with or without bone conduction 

G440 - technical component 

GS25 - professional component 

Pure tone threshold audiometry (with or without bone conduction ) and 
speech reception threshold and/or speech discrimination scores 

G441 - technical component 

G526 - professional conponent 

Automatic impedance aixiiometry - with or without stapedial reflexes and/or 
compliance 

G442 - technical component 

4G529 - professional component 

GA48 Sound field audiometry ( infants and children)- technical conpaient 

G450 - professional component 

Advanced testing e.g. recruitment, tests of malingering, central tests and 
stapedial reflex decay tests; (not to be billed with G442 and G529) - 
per test (maximum 3 tests). 

G443 - technical component 

G530 - professional component 

G434 Manual Inçeàsnce Testiiig - Tednical ocn^nnent 

G527 - Professional con^xiient 

Hearing aid evaluation and/or fitting of tinnitus masker ( does not include 
G526 and G441) 

G447 - technical compcxient 

4^531 - professional component 

Hearing aid re-evaluation and/or re-fitting of tinnitus masker (does not 
include G526 and GMl) 

G4A5 - technical component 

-»GVi6 - professional conponent 



Proced. 
Fee Anaes. 



4.50 



17.50 

8.60 

25.80 

17.10 

13.70 

5.45 

29.20 

21.50 

9.70 



74.30 



5.40 

4.50 



8.30 
5.20 



11.70 
11.40 



2.60 

1.70 

17.70 

15.90 



7.60 
5.30 

7.60 
5.30 



28.30 
11.50 



14.20 
5.70 



1762 



O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4603 

nuacsnc Mt) TïBfiwn.c hcobobes 

Proced. 
Otxie Fee Anaes. 



OniARlKXLOGT - Cont'd 



G143 Cbrtical Bwked iudicaetty - Tednical comment 29.20 

G141 - ProfessiciHl co^xnent (PI) 21.50 

G1A2 - Interprétation only (P2) 9.70 

Cortical evoked audicmetry, oultiple frequency, (mininn of 4 frequencies 

in each ear) - as required by W.C.B. 

N.C. - technical conçonent N.A.B. 

N.C. - [xx>fessional ccoinnent N.A.B. 

G146 Hcain St^ Bvdœd tuàicmexxy - Tednical o u ^xiiait 29.20 

G144 - ProfessiGnal co^xxient (Fl) 21.50 

G145 - Intenxetaticn only (P2) 14.20 

Note: PI way be riaifri %faen phgrsidai pprforaB the studies and inteipcets the 
results. 

Electrocochleography (per ear) - to include nyringotooy if performed 

G815 - technical component 29.20 

G816 - professional con^nnent 93.50 

Diagnostic Balance Tests 

^GM9 Caloric testing without HC - professional component 6.40 

G104 Positional testing vith QG - technical conçonent 18.10 

G105 - professional oonfnnent 16.35 

G451 Caloric testing with EÏG - technical ccnçonent 18.10 

■^33 - professional conçonent 16.35 

G454 Stroboscopy - professional component 15.00 

G191 Optokinetic tests - professional coiponent 11.10 

GlOB Conputerized rotation tests - professional conponent 18.10 

Diapiostic Taste Tests 
+G452 Electrogustometry or conventional taste tests - professional component 12.80 

FBTSICAL WDLCQE 

ELectrcB^qgraphy aid nerve conducticn studies 

When patients are referred directly to EMÏ facilities solely for testing, 

consultation and visit fees are not benefits in addition to the 

follcfcdng fees: 

Schedule A - Conçlete procedure i.e. conduction studies on tvo or more 
nerves presimed to be involved in the disease process along 
with eh; studies of multiple nuscles and/or detailed studies 
of neuromuscular transmission. It also includes as necessary 
study of normal nerves and/or opposite side for ccnpariscn. 

- professional component - when physician perfonns E>G, performs and/or 

G456 supervises nerve conduction studies and interprets results 88.40 

G459 - interpretation only 19.40 

G455 - technical coaçonent 26.50 

Schedule B - Limited procedure i.e. conduction studies on a single nerve 
(motor arxl/or sensory conduction) aid/or limited EÎC studies 
of the involved nuscle(s) and/or limited neurooLiScular 
trananissicn stujy 

- professional oonçonent - ^Aen physician performs E>G, perfonns and/or 

G457 supervises nerve conduction studies and interprets rœults 62.80 

G469 - interpretation only 19.50 

G466 - technical coo|)onent 17.70 

+G460 Strength Airation and chronaxie - major 7.55 

^G^l - Binx 4.25 

Therapeutic Ptooedures 
•»G465 Manipulation (by p^ysidan) - major jolnt(s) or spine - one or watx joints. 12.30 

(under general anaesthesia, see Surgical Procedures) 



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EŒAGNDSnJC M!0 l^KAFHIEIC WCŒOUEOS 

Proced. 
FHISECAL IfllCDB - Qxit'd ' 

ttisceUaneous therapeutic procedures 
■»0467 - as listed belcw (physician's own patients) 7.00 

Notes: (1) May be claimed by a physician for the folloviiig physical 

■ediclne procedures perfonned by an appropriately trained 
paramedic under that physician's direct supervision. 

(2) Only one G467 may be claimed per patient visit. 

(3) Not allcued to hospital inpatient, outpatient or approved 

physiotherapy facility. 

Superficial thermal therapy - radiant, hot pack, whirlpool, paraffin bath, 

or ice. 

Deap heat - short wave diathemy, mlcrcK^ve dlathemy or ultrasoind. 

Light (Ultraviolet) - general or local application. 

P.U.V.A. 

Electrotherapy - Galvanic, Faradlc and sinusoidal currents, iontophoresis, 

transcutaneous nerve stimulation for relief of pain. 
Hydrotherapy - local (arm or leg) and general(Hubbard) for body Ininersion; 

therapeutic pool for under water exercise. 
Mechanotherapy - massage, mechanical device - traction, pulleys and 

weights, treadles, stationary bicycles, shoulder wheels. 
Therapeutic exercise. 

Location and injection of peripheral motor nerves for reduction of spa 
sticity including electrodiagnosis of motor point: 

G^5 Major nerve and/or branches 40. 25 

GA86 Additional major nerve and/or branches 25.20 

Repeat procedure vdthln one month 

G487 - major nerve 25.20 

G488 - additional major nerve 16.60 

N.C. Acupuncture: i.e. including insertion of needle(s) into specifically 

selected point(s) combined with manual, electrical or thermal stimula- 
tion of tne needle(s) for the management of pain, physician N.A.B. 

PSÏOŒAIRT 

Z458 Electroconvulsive therapy (E.C.T.) cerebral-single or multiple 27.90 3 

Note: - Electrosleep therapy or Sedac therapy are not benefits of OKEP. 

suEP snniES 

Level 1 - Overnight sleep study vith contliuous mcnitorlng of oxygen 
saturation and ventllaticn by plett^ysnograptw and vith tednician 
attendance during study period, to include pqysiciai attendance at set up, 
moni toring and intencetaticn plus additional ocnitcxing to stage sleep 
ÇBBE. BOG, sub-aEntal BC) and ocntinuous lailtoriiig of BOS (special ^dsit 
pranuB not charyAlc). 

G670 - tednical ocBixnent 3S5.10 

G671 - professlaial ouqxiiait 162.10 

G672 - interpretation only 60.70 

Level 2 - Ovemij^t sleep studty vith ccntiiuous icnitCHring of QKygEn 

saturation and ventilation by pLetfaysaographv aid vith tednician 

attendance during stuc^ period; to itxilule physician attoidance at set up, 

■onitorlng and intoixetaticn, special visit prenduas not chargBd>le). 

G673 - tednlcal coqpanent 222.10 

G67A - DEofessianal oaqponeat 120.15 

G675 - intetpretatian only 44.90 



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O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4605 

ouoosnc iN) iffiRAFEunc fflooaues 

Proced. 

Oode Fee Anaes. 

SUS SniSBS - cont'd 

Level 3 - (Vendit sleep study vith ■cnitoring to stage sleep (ŒG, BOG, 

sii>-aaital BC) aid continxus ■cnitorinR of BOG vith tednidan in 

attendanoe duriog study period; to include ptiysician attoxlance at set up, 

■cnitoriQg and interpretation (special visit preaiuB not chazgeable). 

G676 - technical co^xxient ISl.H) 

G677 - p -o fe ss i onal itnuwi it 120.15 

G67B - interpcetatioi only 44.90 

Miltiple Sleep Latency %st 

0679 - teclnical 66.10 

GGBO - pco£essional 46.20 

Minor teleradiotherapy - X-ray, 1^ K.V.P. or less - daia per treataent 
♦G472 visit 9.X 

Note: For the first ainoc teletadiodierafjy procedure rendered to a patient, the 
physiciai aay daige the appropriate consultation or assessaent fee in 
addition to the procedural tee<s). On subsequent visits, only the ainor 
teleradio therapy fee plus G700 should be rlaiined inless additional 
f«x>cedures have been performed or iiiless there has been a conçlication 
or change to a totally inrelated diagnosis. In the first exception, the 
minor teleradiotherapy plus the benefits for additional {«ocedures may 
be claimed. In the second exception, the appropriate assesanent and 
minor teleradiotherapy benefits nay be claimed. 

IBBMOGKAFfiT (infra-red nanmography) - one or more areas 

G491 Technical ccrponent 13.60 

G492 Professional component 6.80 

UODGT 

G484 cystanetrogram yith selective sacral nerve block studies 50.40 

Cystometrogram and/or voiding pressure studies and/or flow rate vith or 
without postxiral studies and/or urethral fsressure profile including 

■•G475 inter^Hretation with or without use of BG including interpretation 21.30 

Gonplete tnultichamel urodynanic assessnent - pressure-flow studies, 
urethral pressure monitoring, with or without fluoroscopic cysto- 

G193 urethrography 29.90 

G194 - vith E>G, add to G193 7.50 

*G474 - urethral pressure profile alone indudinç interpretation 8.00 

- interpretation of comprehensive urodynanc studies (when the procedure 

G477 is done by paramédical personnel) 4.90 

-»G476 Prostatic massage 4.90 



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4606 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

ŒsressKS 

IBEAtCLB: 

1. Obstetrical care is divided into its conpcnents. A prenatal major assessment vhen performed 
ney be claimed; it siiall conprise a full history, an inquiry into, and an examination of all parts or 
systems (and mety include a detailed examination of one or more parts or systems), an appropriate record 
and advice to the patient. All other prenatal visits shall conprise the necessary history and inquiry, 
examination, appropriate record, pregnancy related counselling and advice to the patient. Normal (uncom- 
plicated) prenatal care includes a prenatal general assesanent visit, then monthly visits to 32 veeks, 
followed by visits every 2nd week, to 36 weeks, then weekly visits until delivery. Efawever, complicated 
pregnancies may require additional visits. Labour - delivery and postpartum care are listed separately. 

2. If an unconplicated obstetrical patient is transferred from one physician to another physician 
for obstetrical care, the appropriate assessment benefit may be charged by the second physician, followed 
by prenatal visits. This statement does not apply to pttysicians substituting for each other or vihen the 
second physician sees the patient for the first time in labour. If the obstetrical patient is referred 
to a consultant for obstetrical care because of the complexity, obscurity or seriousness of the case, the 
consultant may claim a consultation in addition to the prenatal visits. 

3. Illnesses resulting from or associated with pregnancy or false labour requiring added home or 
hospital visits, shall be claimed on a per visi,t basis. 

4. When a pregnant patient visits her pliysician for a condition unrelated to her pregnancy and 
apart from her routine scheduled prenatal visits, the physician may charge the appropriate visit benefit. 

5. The listings under the heading Referred Services may be claimed by the consultant physician in 
addition to the appropriate consultation or visit benefit. They may not be claimed by physicians pro- 
viding obstetrical care to their own patients. 

6. If a consultant is requested by another physician to perform a surgical induction of labour, or 
emergency removal of a Shirodkar suture (except at delivery) assiming someone else has inserted the 
suture, the ccmsultant should claim consultation benefit for this (these) service(s). 

7. Medical induction or stimulation of labour may be claimed once per pregnancy by ary one physi- 
cian and only whoi carried out for a recognized obstetrical complication(s) and does not qualify for 
detention beriefits. 

8. The listings for "Attendance at labour and attendance at delivery" and for "Attendance at 
delivery" may not be claimed by any physician when a patient is transferred to a second physician for 
noniHl obstetrical care. 

9. Ordinary inmediate care of the newborn is included in the labour-delivery fee and when the 
service is rendered by the anaesthetist, it is included in the anaesthetic benefit. A life threatening 
emergency situation requiring active resuscitation of the newborn provided by any physician may be 
claimed under codes GS21, G522, G523. When indicated, endotracheal intubation and tracheo-bronchial 
toilet should be billed under G211 and not as G521, G522, G523. 

10. When a physician provides newborn care and also performs a circumcision on the same newborn or 
infant, both services may be claimed. 

11. When an obstetrician routinely transfers all newborns to another physician, the latter should 
not claim consultation benefit for these "transferrals". If the baby is well, the physician should 
charge the newborn care in hospital benefit plus for attendance at maternal delivery if this service is 
given. If the baby is sick, the physician may claim a general assessment and for attendance at maternal 
delivery (if this service is given) plus daily visits for as long as his services are required. If an 
obstetrician normally cares for newborns himself or transfers the care of newborns to a family physician 
but refers a newborn to a paediatrician because of the conplexity, obscurity or seriousness of the case, 
the latter may claim for this service according to the following guidelines: 

a) If attendance at maternal delivery is provided, code H267 may be claimed and if a general 
assessment of the baby is carried out, code C263 may be claimed as well. However, a postnatal consul- 
tation of the baby, code C265 may not be claimed in addition to code H267. 

b) If a paediatrician has not attended delivery, a postnatal consultation may be claimed (if this 
service is rendered) even though a prenatal consultation may already have been claimed. 



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O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4607 

CBSIEIKICS 
Vt&iOE: Cont'd. 

12. When a physician provides prenatal visits, attends labour, assists or administers the anaes- 
thetic at Caesarean section and visits the patient post-operatively, he is entitled to claim for prenatal 
visits, attendance at labour, assistant's or anaesthetist's benefits for Caesarean section and post- 
operative supportive care while the patient is in hospital. 

13. Physicians may claim for assisted breech delivery (P020) when the service includes spontaneous 
delivery to the imbilicus, with extraction of the shoulders, arms and aftercoming head. 

14. The Preamble applicable to Surgical Procedures, pages 77-79 also applies to obstetrics where 
appropriate. 

15. The premiims applicable to Obstetrics are as follows: When deliveries and other obstetrical 
procedures done in continuity with the delivery occur éifter 5:00 p.m. ani before midnight or on Satur- 
days, Suidays and Holidays, ixxirease the procedural fee(s) by 30K (BW9). When time of delivery occurs 
after midni^t and before 7:00 a.m. any night during the week, increase the procedural fee(s) by 50K 
(E410). These premiims are not chargeable in addition to the obstetrical procedural fee(s) if labour is 
induced by medical and/or surgical means by the same physician imless the reason for the induction is 
Biltiple p regancy fetéil distress, diabetes, premature rupture of membrane, severe 
pre-eclanpsia-hypertension or abruption. Ffcwever a forewater A.R.M. or oo<ytocin augmentation of labdur 
carried out on a patient in desultory labour does not constitute induction. 

Code OBSIEmiCAL CARE Asst Obst'n Anaes 

Prenatal Gare: 

P003 - General assessment (major prenatal visit) $ 44.60 

P004 - Minor prenatal assessment (all other prenatal visits) 18.00 

Labour - Delivery: 

P006 -Vaginal 235.35 

- Operative delivery i.e. mid-cavity rotation 

P020 or assisted breech delivery 

E502 - Follc^dng a caesarian section VBAC, add 

P018 - Caesarean section 6 

P041 - Caesarean section indudirig txjbal interruption 6 

P042 - Caesarean section including hysterectony 8 

E500 Multiple births, any method of delivery - each child, extra 

(If one child is bom vaginally and the other(s) by Caesarean section, 
claim P018, P041 or P042 plus one at 85Z of P006 or P020, then E500 for 
third and subsequent births.) 

Attendance at labour only (when patient is transferred to another centre 

P038 for delivery) 97. -W 

P009 Attendance at labour with physician in attendance at delivery 235.35 

Attendance at labour (when same physician assists or gives anaesthetic at 
Caesarean section or gives anaesthetic at operative delivery and rlaims 

POll separately for these services as assistant or anaesthetist) 148.60 

POlO Attendance at delivery (attending physician or consultant(s)) 97.40 

Repair of ?atear or extension of episiotoay to include rectal njQOsa,?b 

P028 periaial sphincter and periiea 7A.30 

Postpartun haemorrhage - exploration of vagina and cervix, uterine 

Z774 curettage 81.60 

P007 Post natal care in hospital and/or home 48.50 

P008 Post natal care in office 22.10 



255.20 


5 


25.50 




270.90 


6 


290.70 


6 


558.20 


8 


127.60 





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4608 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

QBSIEmiCS 

CBSIEnaCAL CARE - Cont'd 

Referred Services (I.O.P.) - when only service(s) rendered 

P036 Repair of vaginal laceration 49.50 4 

P039 Repair of cervical laceration 49.50 4 

P029 Manual removal of retained placenta 49.50 4 

P013 Obstetrical anaesthesia 5 

Continuous conduction anaesthesia 
P014 (a) introduction of catheter for analgesia including first dose 6 

(b) naintenance and/or supervision (one unit for each 1/2 hour to a maxinun 

P015 of 5 uni ts) 

EICOC (c) attendance at delivery - per 1/4 hour - time units 

G224 Pudendal block (bilateral) - see Preamble para.B37(s) page xiii 13.70 

High Ri^ Pregnancies 

Z776 Fetal blood sampling (I.O.P. ) 30.00 

Fetoscopy (may include fetal blood sanple, cell harvest or aimiocentesis) 

Z773 (I.O.P.) 146.10 

Z739 Oxytocin challer^ test (I.O.P.) 42.50 

Double set up examination to rule out placenta praevia, or trial of forçais 

Z734 - failed leading to Caesarian section (same physician) 51.00 

P022 Oxytocin infusion for induction of labour - see Obstet. preamble para.7 .... 60.15 
P023 Oxytocin infusion for stimulation of desultory labour 60. 15 

Pharmacological suppression of prenature labour by I.V. therapy - to be 
claimed once per physician after 3 hours of supervision in 

Z721 same institution (I.O.P.) 60.15 

Z778 Amiiocentesis - diagnostic or genetic (I.O.P. ) 51.00 

Z779 Chorionic villus samplir^ (I.O.P. ) 81.60 

Suture of incompetent cervix in pregnancy (I.O.P.) 

P031 cervical cerclage - any technique 3 127.60 4 

U.V.C Elective rénovai of Shirodkar suture visit fee 

P034 Uterine inversion, manual replacemaits 111.60 4 

(Listings for ectopic pregnancy, hysterotony, abortion and postpartim tubal 
interruption are listed under the Female Genital System - Corpus Uteri, 
on pages 151, 152). 



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O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4609 

aidCAL HOSXJBES 

EfEMOLE 

FOR LU'lNlTiCN OF TEE ROE OF lŒ REFîFRING PHYSICM4, SEE REFEPRDG PHYSICIAN SRVICES IN TŒ 
FfSAtKiE ON PACE xi. 

FOR CEFINmCN OF "lœ HMES OF TEE /«AESMBnST, SEE PlVESimnSJ: SERVICES IN lŒ WEAtCLE 
PAGES xîdi, - xiii. 

(1) The surgical baiefit (except for those procedures narked I.O.P. , Complete Care and Fractxires and 
Dislocations requiring no reduction) includes hospital visits rendered by the surgeon two days prior 
to surgery, the operative procedure, the post-operative care usually associated with the 
(xxcedure(s) rendered by the surgeon ^^le the patient is in hospital, and one office visit for 
follow up examination if necessary. If the surgeon is recfiired to perform a {M:ocedure(s) not 
usually associated vidi the original surgical («rocedure, he may claim for these on a fee for 
service basis. If special visits to hospital are required at any time post-operatively, the surgeon 
may claim the "ini»» special visit premiuBS even if the basic hospital visit fees are not 
chargeable (v«ler these circtmstances the hospital visits should be riaimpd on an N/C (no charge) 
basis.) The surgical benefit as noted above does not include the major pre-operative visit i.e. the 
consultation or assessment fee chargeable \A10n the decision to operate is made and the operation is 
scheduled, re^trdless of the time interval between the major pre-operative visit and surgey. The 
hospital or day-care aiinission assessaent (consultation, repeat consultation, general or specific 
assessment or re-assessnent) is not a benefit to the surgeon unless it happens to be the maj<Hr 
pre-operative visit as defined above. Hospital visits (minor assessnents) may be rlaimpri for visits 
rendered more than two days prior to surgery. Other visits (excluding admission assessments) prior 
to aikdssion may be claimed tac in addition to the surgical fee. For patients renaining in hospital 
because of complications, hospital visit fees maty be rlaimpri in addition to the surgical or 
procedural fee after four weeks of post-apexative care in the case of fractures and dislocations and 
after two weeks for other procedures. Because the nuiter of hospital visits is limited to three per 
week after the fifth week of hospitalization and six per month after the thirteenth week of 
hospitalization, the starting point for calculating the nmber of hospital visits is based on the 
date of adidssion if the operating surgeon has adnitted the patient or the date of referral if the 
patient has been referred to the operating surgeon while in hospital- The surgical benefit includes 
the generally accepted surgical con^xxients of the procedure. The listed benefit of a procedure 
noraally includes repair of any iatrogenic oonplications occurring during the course of the surgery. 

(2) Uhen a physician makes a special trip to perform a non-elective surgical procedure during the 
daytime (Monday to Friday), he should claim the appropriate special visit, a consultation if the 
case is referred or the appropriate assessment if the case is not referred plus the procedural 
benefit(s). If the non-elective procedure is carried out at night (aifter 5:(X) p.m. and before 7:(X) 
a.m.), or Saturdays, Smdays and Holidays, the physician may claim the special visit applicable to 
the consultation or assessnent, and the surgical {Hreniira (EÀ09 or E410 - see paragraph 47 of the 
Preeoble). 

(3) \hm more than one {procédure is carried out by a surgeon undo: the same anaesthesia <x within 14 
days during the sane hospitalization for the same condition, the full benefit applies to the major 
procedure and 8531 of the listed benefit(s) applies to the other prooedure(s) performed unless 
otherwise stated in the Preamble(s) or Schedule. The above statement applies to staged or bilateral 
(Mxioedures but does not apply when a normal appendix or sinple ovarian or para-ovarian cyst is 
removed incidentally during an operation, for lAiich no claim should be made. 

(4) Uhen a subsequent operation becomes necessary for the same condition because of a conpllcation or 
for a new condition, the full benefit should apply for each [Mx>cedure. 

(5) Uhen a subsequent non-elective procedure is done for a nev condition by the sane surgeon, the full 
benefit will apply to each procedure. Uhen a siiisequent elective procedure is done for a different 
condition within 14 days during the same hospitalization by the same surgeon, the benefit for the 
lesser fSDcedure shall be reduœd by 15^. 

(6) Uhen different operative procedures are done by two different surgeons inder the same anaesthesia 
for different conditions, the benefit will be lOCK of the listed benefit for each condition. Uhder 
these ciroBstances, the basic assistants' benefit ^nuld not be charged by either opa:ating 
surgeon; hcMever time inits mery be claimed. 



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4610 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

SIK3CAL EROCHIFES 
PREAMBl£ - Cont'd. 

(7) As a general rule, whei elective bilateral procedures are performed by two surgeons at the same 
time, one surgeon should char:ge for the surgical procedures and the other surgeon should claim the 
assistant's benefit. 

(8) Where Vm surgeons are working together in surgery in vMch neither a team fee nor other method of 
billing is set out in the benefit schedule, the surgeon should identify himself as the operating 
surgeon and claim accordingly; the surgeon \ibo is assisting him should identify himself as such and 
claim the assistant's benefit. Where the second or assistant surgeai is brought into the case on a 
consultation basis, he may, when indicated, claim a consultation as well but should be prepared to 
justify it on an I.C. basis. If the nature or complexity of a procedure requires more than one 
operating surgeon each providing a separate service in his own specialized field e.g. one surgeon 
carries out the ablative part and another surgeon the reconstructive part of the procedure, then 
each surgeon should claim the listed benefit for his services. This statement applies v^ien the 
additional procedure(s) are not the usual components of the main procedure. If one surgeon in 
addition to perfonning a specialized portion of a procedure, acts as an assistant during the 
ranainder of the procedure, he may also claim time units for assisting. 

(9) Lhless otherwise stated, the listed benefits are for unilateral procedures only. 

(10) When a procedure is performed, a procedural benefit, if listed, should be claimed. Substitution of 
consultation and/or visit benefits for procedural benefits (except as in paragraph 11), is not in 
keeping with the intent of the benefit schedule. 

(11) Whoi a surgiccLL benefit (non I. O.P., Complete Care, Fracture or Dislocation) is less than the 
consultation benefit and the case is referred, the physician may claim the oxisultation benefit 
instead of the surgical benefit. However, to avoid the consultation being counted as such under the 
OHIP limitation rules on the number of consultations allowed per year, the physician should claim 
the consultation fee under the surgical procedure nomenclature or code. Since the consultation is 
replacing a procedural benefit vMch includes the pre- and post-operative and surgical care, no 
additional claims beyond the consultation should be made. 

(12) If a physician performs a minor surgical procedure and during the same visit assesses and treats the 
patieit for another completely unrelated and significant problem involving another body system, the 
physician should claim for tha procedure as well as the appropriate assessment. 

(13) Where a procedure is specified as "Independent Operative Procedure (I. O.P.)", the procedural benefit 
should be claimed in full along with the appropriate consultation or visit when both services are 
actually rendered. However, when an I. O.P. procedure is done in conjunction with a non-I.O.P. 
procedure, there should be no claim for the consultation, pre- and post-operative care related to 
the I. O.P. procedure. The listed I. O.P. benefit should be claimed in these circunstances along with 
the ncn-I.O.P. benefits plus the related major pre-operative visit (see paragraph (1) of Surgical 
Preamble). When multiple or bilateral I. O.P. procedures are performed at the same time ty the same 
physician, the listed procedural benefits should be claimed in full but the pre- and post-operative 
benefits should be claimed as if oily one procedure had been performed. When a patient is examined 
in a physician's office and this leads to an elective Independent Operative Procedure (I. O.P.) being 
performed for the same problem or diagnosis hy the same physician in the Einergency or Outpatient 
Department on a non-admission basis, the physician should claim a consultation or visit for the 
examination in the office and the fee for the I. O.P. carried out in the Einergency (Xitpatient 
Department. An additional assessment benefit at the time of the elective I. O.P. should only be 
claimed vAien an additional assessment is performed. 

(14) When procedures are specifically listed under Surgical Procedures, surgeons should use these 
listings rather than applying one of the plastic surgery listed fees under Operations on Skin and 
Subcutaneous Tissue. 

(15) For excision of tumours not specifically listed in this Schedule, claims should be made on an I.C. 
basis (code R993). Independent consideration also will be given (under code R990) to claims for 
other unusual but gaierally accepted surgical procedures vMch are not listed specifically in the i 
Schedule (excluding non-major variations of listed procedures). In submitting claims, physicians 
should relate the service rendered to conparable listed procedures in terms of scope and difficulty 
(see Preamble, Part B, paragraph 32). 



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O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4611 

aimCAL FROŒXIŒS 
HŒ/VBLE - Cont'd. 

(16) Cosmetic or Aesthetic Suiigery: means a service to enhance appearance without being medically 
necessary such as 

(a) surgery for correction of facial wrinkles; 

(b) surgery for eyelid vrinkles (synmetrical and vithout a functional {N:t)blein); 

(c) rhinoplasty for appearances only; and 

(d) augmentation mamnoplasty for synmetrical deficiency without physiological abnormality. 
These services are not benefits of OHIP. (See Preamble). 

(17) Reconstructive Surgery: is surgery to inprove appearance and/or function to any area altered by 
disease, trauma or congenital deformity. Although surgery solely to restore appearance may be 
included in this definition mder certain limited conditions, emotional, psychological or 
psychiatric grounds normally are not considered sufficient acHitional reason for OHIP coverage of 
such surgery. Appendix D of the Preamble to this Schedule describes the conditions under which 
surgery for alteration of appearance, only, may be a benefit of the Plan. 

Physicians should submit requests to their District OHIP office for authorization of any proposed 
surgery which may fall outside of CHIP coverage. (See Preamble, Appendix D). 

(18) Proceduréil benefits (non I. O.P.) include the removal of sutures when both services are rendered by 
the same physician unless the removal of sutures is done on the second or subsequent office visit 
for follow up examination. Uhen a physician is entitled to claim for removal of sutures i.e. as 
outlined in the previous sentence or is a physician other than the operating surgeon or following an 
I. O.P. procedure, an office visit me^ be claimed. 

(19) Additional claims for biopsies performed when a surgeon is operating in the abdominal or thoracic 
cavity should be given independent consideration. 

(20) When a listed procedure is performed and no anaesthetic is required, the procedure should be claimed 
under the "local anaesthetic" listing. 

(21) When a physician adninisters an anaesthetic and/or other medication prior to, during a procedure(s) 
or inmediately after a procedure(s) which he/she performs on the same patient, he/she dxxild claim 
for the procedure(s) only. However, when a physician atininisters a pudendal, femoral, intercostal, 
sciatic, ilioguinal, iliohypogastric, ulnar, nëdian or radial block, in addition to performirig a 
procedure, he may claim $13.70 ((224) in addition to the procedure. 

(22) If daifls are being submitted in coded form, the surgeon should add the suffix A to the listed 
procedural code, the surgical assistant should add the suffix B to the listed procedural code and 
the anaesthetist should add the suffix C to the listed procedural code. 

(xisxn.Qts GN IS sasaieirART sisrai 

Gode Asst Surg, fnaes 

aoN/M) sifiOJEAieous usaE 

Incision (I.O.P.) 

Abscess or Haenatoma 

ZlOl local anaesthetic - subcutaneous - one 

Z173 - two 

Z174 - three or more 

Z104 - perianal 

Z106 - ischiorectal or pilonidal 

Z103 - palmar or plantar spaces 

Z102 general anaesthetic - subcutaneous - one 

Z172 - tvo or more 

Z105 - perianal 

Z107 - ischiorectal or pilonidal 

Z108 - palmar or plantar spaces 

Z119 Comedones, acne pustules, milia - ten or less 

Z120 - eleven or more 

Z114 Foreign body removal - local anaesthetic 

Z115 - general anaesthetic 3 

ZIOO - conçlicated (see Preamble para B.32) 4 



18.00 




27.20 




36.50 




18.00 




39.70 




39.70 




39.70 


4 


59.70 


4 


39.70 


4 


64.60 


4 


64.60 


4 


3.50 




12.20 




16.80 




79.50 


4 


I.e. 


4 



1771 



4612 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

SURGICAL HCŒIXBES 

«HWnCNS CN THE INlHMOnMRY SÏSIH! - Cont'd. 
Code Asst Sutg Anaes 
SKIN AfD SlBCUEflNBClUB TISSIE - Cont'd. 

Z227 Intramuscular abscess or haematoma 91.00 4 

Z118 Aspiration of superficial lump for cytology 25.30 

Z116 Biopsy(s) - any method 13.20 

Note: Z116 nny be allowed more than once on an I.C. basis if medically necessary 
(in order to make a diagnosis or to plan treatment) to biopsy more than one 
lesion or to obtain a second biopsy from an extensive lesion. If claimed, 
may be éillowed with chemical treatment of lesion (code Z117). 

Biopsy(s) - extensive, complicated or requiring general anaesthetic when 

Z155 sole procedure (see Preamble para B.32) I.C. 

Z2A5 Biopsy for malignant hyperthermia, three or more 136.90 10 

Excision (with or without biopsy) 

Lesions - sii^gle (x nultiple sites (I.O.P.) 

Gtwjp 1 - e.g. verruca, papilloma, keratosis, pyogenic 

granuloma, spider naevus (see A^jendix D Surface Pathology, 
Section 4, page xxiv) 

Z156 Removal by excision and suture - single lesion 13.20 4 

Z157 - two lesions 19.90 4 

Z158 - three or more lesions 33.10 4 

Removal by electrocoagulation and/or curreting 

Z159 - sii^le lesion 9.45 4 

Z160 - two lesions 14.20 4 

Z161 - three or more lesions 23.50 4 

Group 2 - naevus (See Appendix D Surface Pathology, Section 4, pg .xxiv) 

Z162 Rianoval by excision and suture - single lesion 13.20 4 

Z163 - two lesions 19.90 4 

Z164 - three or more lesions 33.10 4 

Z165 Congenital (extensive) (see Preamble para B.32) I.C. I.C. 

Note: Lesions removed for cosmetic purposes and not for any 

cliniccil suspicion of disease or malignancy ney be billed to the patient. 

(knup 3 - plantar verruca 

Z166 Removal by excision and suture - single lesion 

Z167 - two lesions 

Z168 - three or more lesions 

Removal by electrocoagulation and/or curetting 

Z169 - single lesion '. 

Z170 - two lesions 

Z171 - three or more lesions 

Group 4 - cyst, haenangioma, lipoma 

Face or neck 

Z122 local anaesthetic - single lesion 

Z123 - two lesiois 

Z124 - three or more lesions 

Z145 general anaesthetic - single lesion 3 

Z146 - two lesions 3 

Z147 - three or more lesions 3 

Z148 - extensive or massive (see Preamble para B.32)... 3 

Other areas 

Z125 local anaesthetic - single lesiai 

Z126 - two lesions 

Z127 - three or more lesions 

Z149 general anaesthetic - single lesion 3 

Z150 - two lesions 3 

Z151 - three or more lesions 3 

Z152 - extensive or massive (see Preamble para B.32)... 3 I.C 



26.05 


4 


38.90 


4 


64.60 


4 


18.00 


4 


27.10 


4 


53.60 


4 


28.80 




42.60 




58.50 




58.75 


4 


88.30 


4 


117.40 


4 


I.C. 


5 


22.20 




34.10 




44.80 




44.80 


4 


58.75 


4 


88.30 


4 



1772 



O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4613 

SURGICAL nooaxBES 
OKMnats CN "iffi iNisaiBtjJta sreim - cont'd. 

Code Asst Surg Anaes 

aON AM) SIBCUEANHDUS TISSŒ: - Cont'd 

3)96 Lipom - 5 - 10 Π3 66.10 4 

Z097 - ower 10 en 3 99.10 5 

R034 Congenital dermoid cyst -adult 3 lll.W 4 

R043 - infant or child 3 180.00 4 

R042 - midline, e.g. nasal 3 244.30 4 

R037 Giant cell timour 3 111.40 4 

R035 Pilonidal cyst - sinçle excision or marsupialization 3 164.10 4 

R036 -'excision and skin shift 3 222.90 4 

Inguinal, perineal or axillary skin and sweat glands for hyperhydrosis and/ 

or hydradenitis 

R059 - inilateral 3 222.90 5 

R060 - with skin graf t(s) or rotation flap(s) 3 338.60 6 

Malignant Lesions including biopsy of each lesion - single or multiple sites 

Face or Neck - sinple excision 

R048 - sii^e lesion 3 65.15 4 

R049 - two lesions 3 107.10 4 

R050 - three or more lesions 3 214.30 4 

Other Areas - sinple excision 

R094 - single lesion 3 52.10 4 

RCW) - two lesions 3 85.70 4 

R041 - three or more lesions 3 171.40 4 

- if excision is performed in hospital for tunour free margin with frozen 
E5W section, add 25X to excision or repair fees (see Note below) 

Face or Neck - curettage, electrodesiccation or cryosurgery 

ROIB - single lesion 3 61.40 4 

RD19 - two lesions 3 101.20 4 

R020 - three or more lesions 3 202.30 4 

Other Areas - curettage, electrodesiccation or cryosurgery 

R031 - sij«le lesion 3 49.30 4 

R032 - two lesions 3 81.20 4 

R033 - three or more lesions 3 162.40 4 

ROei Qianosurgery (Mohs technique) (see Preamble para B. 32) I.C. I.C. 

R051 Laser surgery on Group 1-4 and nalignant lesions(see Preamble para B.32) I.C. I.C. 
Note: When excision of benign or malignant lesions are corrected by advancemait, 

rotation, transposition, "Z" plasty, flap or graft, claim appropriate 

benefit listed uider Repair Section instead of foregoing excision 

benefits. 

Repair 

DebcidoBit and Dlnessing (I. O.P.) - not diargeable in addition to any 

surgical procetkjre uiless cooplications require such care in excess of the 

usual post-operative care 

U.V.C. - minor visit fee 

Z153 - major (not chargeable in addition to Z176) 12.40 

Z144 - requiring general anaesthetic 4 50.40 4 

R082 - extensive (see Preanble para B.32) 4 I.C. 5 

Bums 

For Bum care requiring anaesthetists' and assistants' services the following 

fees apply: 

RD30 Minor bums - up to 15Z 4 5 

R038 Moderate bums - l&C to 2CK 6 10 

R039 Major bums - more than 30X 8 15 

Z180 Resuscitation - major bum, initial care, first 24 hours 95.10 

2181 - continuing care (up to 3 days), per day 47.60 

Dd)ridenient and excision, per % of total body treated other 
R637 than hand, head or neck 26.50 

D^ridement and excision 

R660 -hand, each digit 26.50 

R561 - dorsum palm - each 44.10 

R662 - nose, cheek, lip, ear, forehead, scalp, neck, eyelid - each 26.50 



1773 



4614 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 472/87 



SUdCAL nUCEDWES 



Cbde 



OPBKtina^ ON TBE INIHliefEART SiSTEH - Cont'd. 
SON /»» SIBCUEMBOUS TISSIE - Coit'd 



Asst Surg Anaes 



(kaft of Bum 
Grafting of bum, per % of total body treated 

R638 - other than hand, head or neck 44.10 

R663 -hand- each digit 52.90 

R66A - palm, dorsun - each 105.90 

R665 - nose, lip(s) - each 176.55 

R666 - cheek(s), forehead - each 176.55 

R667 -ear 176.55 

R668 - eyelid 176.55 

R669 - scalp - less than lOX 88.30 

R670 - up to 50X 220.70 

R671 - over 50X I.C. 

R672 -neck. - less than lOK 88.30 

R673 - up to 5aK 194.10 

R674 - over 5(K I.C. 

Suture of lacerations (I.O.P.) 

Z176 - up to 5 cm 13.30 

- up to 5 cm if on face and/or requires tying of bleeders and/or closure 

Z154 in layers 31.90 

Z175 - 5.1 to 10 cm 31.90 

- 5.1 to 10 cm. if on face and/or requires tying of bleeders and/or 

Z177 closure in layers 63.90 

Z179 - 10.1 to 15 cm 45.20 

- 10.1 to 15 cm if on face and/or requires tying of bleeders and/or 

Z190 closure in layers 90.80 

Z191 - more than 15.1 cm. (see Preamble para B. 32) I.C. 

- if inhalation general anaesthesia (other than 50K NO/0 ndxture) 

E530 is used add, 45.20 

E531 - if extensive debridement is required, add (see Preamble para B.32).... I.C. 

E542 - v^ien sutures are inserted in private office, add 5.10 

U.V.C - removal of sutures only visit fee 

Note: Ihe above boiefits include the use of sutures, local anaesthetic, tetanus 
toxoid and routine observation. 



liiscle Repair 

R525 Simple muscle repair(s) to include repair of involved skin 3 79.30 

R528 Complex (see Prean4)le para B.32) 4 I.C. 

Scin Flaps and Grafts - Ihe benefit will depend on the size and location of 
the area grafted and the type of graft. Additional procedures other than 
the skin grafting are extra, e.g. tendon grafts, inlay grafts, etc. 3un 
flaps or grafts done during a procedure should be claimed on their own 
merit (unless specifically listed as being inclusive for that procedure). 

Skin Flaps 

A. Advancement Flaps (to include undermining of more than 2.5 cm. per side) 
is intended to include excision of a lesion if this is technique of 
closure. 

ROll Defect 2. 1 to 5 cm - face or neck 3 

R002 - other areas 3 

R012 Defect 5. 1 to 10 cm - face or neck 3 

R003 - other areas 3 

Defect more than 10 cm such as thoracic abdominal flap (See Preamble 
R004 para B.32) 4 I.C. 



82.60 


4 


61.90 


4 


227.10 


5 


148.60 


5 



1774 



O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4615 

SUdCAL FHXaXFES 

OCR/Oiae GN IS INTBUenMT SiSTBi - Cont'd. 
Code Asst Surg Aces 

aw Ptt) SiXCmPiCOE TISaE - cont'd 

B. Rotations, Transpositions, "Z" plasties?b (includes imderminiiig) but will 
depend on the site and size. 



R045 Defect less than 2 cm average diameter - face or nedc 3 183.45 

R072 - other areas 3 

R046 Defect 2.1 to 5 an average diameter - face or neck. 3 

R075 - other areas 3 

R047 Defect 5.1 to 10 cm average diameter - face or neck 4 

R073 - other areas 4 

B074 Defect more than 10 cm average dianeter (See Preaoble para B.32) 4 

C. Iodide FkfB 

R079 Small e.g. cross finger 4 

R077 - each subsequent stage 4 

RD70 Intermediate e.g. cervical finger 4 

RD71 - each subsequent stage 4 

R080 Large e.g. cross leg, deltopectoral, forehead 4 

ROTS - each subsequent stage 4 

8069 Prepaiaticn of a oontracted recipient site, add to BOTO and BOBO 

R103 Delay of tube or pedicle 

RlOl Delay, intermediate flap 3 

RlOO Delay, major flap 4 

D. Myo-Qitaneous Flaps (to include closure by ai/ bbois) 

Stemo-mastoid, tensor fascia lata, gluteus maximus, gracilis, sartorius, 

R0O5 rectus femoris, gastrocnemius (medial and lateral), trapezius 3 

R006 Pectoralis major, latissiraus dorsi, inilateral rectus abdondnus 4 

RD08 Lower transverse rectus abdominus flap 6 

Z195 - repair of abdominal defect - same surgeon 

Zl% - different surgeon 

Hyocutaneous - osseous flaps e.g. pectoralis major myocutaneous flap with 

R009 rib graft, trapezius flap with scapula spine 6 

RD07 - other (See Preamble para. B.32) I.C. 

Skin Oaf ts 

A. Split Ihidcness (kafts (for bum grafts see p.82) 

RD64 Very minor, very snail areas, e.g. trauna 

RCeS Minor, mediun sized éireas, e.g. anall or skin ulcer, Ix^ast, etc 3 

R086 Intermediate, large areas, e.g. tnrk, arms, legs 4 

PCB7 Major, conplex areas, e.g. iaae, neck, hands 4 

R088 Extensive major, very large areas(s) 4 

B. Rill Ihickness Grafts 

R092 Minor - less than 1 cm. average diameter 

R093 Intermediate - 1 an. to 5 cm. average diameter 3 

R083 Major - over 5 an. (See Preamble para. B.32) 5 

RD91 Complex - eyelid, nose, lip, face 4 

Note: Descriptive details of procedure(s) (e.g. operative report) should be 
submitted with claims for professional assessment for R091, RCe3. 

Appendage or tissue re-vascularization involving microanastomosis with or 

H057 without micro neuroanastomosis (See Preamble para. B.32) I.C. I.C. I.C. 

H058 Revision of above (See Preamble para. B.32) I.C. I.C. I.C. 



122.60 


4 


308.10 


4 


205.30 


4 


438.90 


4 


292.70 


4 


I.C. 


5 


122.60 


4 


90.90 


4 


270.00 


5 


205.30 


5 


382.70 


6 


286.30 


6 


123.90 




58.05 


4 


121.70 


4 


268. 3f^ 


5 


432.90 


5 


675.50 


6 


585.45 


8 


180.00 




347.20 




720.00 


8 


I.C. 


I.C 



84.85 
129.00 
238.30 
356.60 
522.00 


4 
4 
4 

5 
6 


85.70 

131.60 

I.C. 

193.30 


4 
4 
5 
5 



1775 



4616 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

SUdCAL FROŒDIBES 

«HWrraB CN the INraafïNEARÏ STSim - cont'd. 
Code Asst Surg Anaes 

aON /»© SUBCUIMBOUS TISSUE - Cont'd 

Stasis Ulcer 

R847 - with skin graft - per 1^ 3 180.00 5 

R8A5 - multiple ligation and skin graft - per leg 5 306.00 5 

NeuDTOvascular Island Transfer 

R061 Minor e.g. finger tip 3 129.00 4 

R062 Intermidiate e.g. finger to thumb transfer 4 238.30 5 

R063 Major e.g. foot to heel 4 396.00 6 

Free Island Flaps 

Elevation of free island skin and subcutaneous flap and closure of 
R064 defect ., 10 765.50 10 

Preparation of microvascular recipient site for free island skin 
R065 subcutaneous flap 810.00 

Transplantation of free island skin and subcutaneous flap with 
R066 microvascular anastomosis(es) 810.00 

Elevation of innervated free island skin and subcutaneous flap and 
P067 closure of defect 10 900.10 10 

Preparation of microvascular recipient site for innervated free 
R068 island skin and subcutaneous flap 900. 10 

Transplantation of innervated free island skin and subcutaneous 

R069 flap with microvascular anastomosis(es) and nerve repair 841.50 

R125 Elevation of free island skin and muscle flap and closure of defect 10 765.50 10 

Preparation of microvascular recipient site for free island skin 
R126 and muscle fl^ 810.00 

Transplantation of free island skin and muscle flap with 
R127 microvascular anastomosis(es) 765.50 

Elevation of free island muscle flap with tendon and nerve, 
R128 and closure of defect 10 1035.55 10 

Preparation of microvascular recipient site for muscle, 
R129 tendon and nerve anastomosis(es) 1035.55 

Transplantatioi of free island muscle flap with tendon, 

R130 nerve and microvascular anastomosis(es) 1035.55 

R131 Elevation of free island bone flap and closure of defect 10 765.50 10 

R132 Preparation of microvascular recipient site for free island bone flap 810.00 

Transplantation of free island bone flap wih microvascular 

R133 anastomosis(es) and bone fixation 900.10 

R134 Elevation of free island skin and bone flap and closure of defect 10 918.30 10 

Preparation of microvascular recipient site for free island skin 
R135 and bone flap 918.30 

Transplantation of free island skin and bone flap with microvascular 

R136 anastomosis(es) and bone fixation 918.30 

R137 Elevation of free toe or finger and closure of defect 10 918.30 10 

Prqaration of microvascular recipient site for free toe or finger 
R138 transplant 918.30 

Transplantation of free island toe or finger with microvascular 

R139 anastomosis(es) and tendon nerve and bone repair 1080. 10 

R025 Revision of free island fl£^ (see Preamble para B. 32) 10 I.C. 10 

R106 Skin Flaps and Grafts - other than listed above (see Preamble para B.32)... I.C. I.C. I.C. 

Destniction 

Z121 Epilation of facial hairs (I. O.P.) - per quarter hour 14.50 

Note: Claims for the above procedure require CHIP authorizatiai (see Surgical 
Preamble, paragraph (17)). 

Finger or toe-nail (I.O.P.) 

Z128 Sinple, partial or conplete - one 21.30 4 

Z129 - multiple 31.90 4 

Z130 Radical, including destruction of nail bed - one 53. 10 4 

Z131 - itultiple 74.10 4 



1776 



O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4617 

SUdCAL ROCQXFES 

OfHWOICNS CN THE TïdSOÎBilMS STSJBi - Cont'd. 
Otxle Asst Sucg Anaes 
aON /*0 aBCUIMBDUB TISSUE - Cont'd 

Chemical and/or cryotherapy treatment of minor skin lesions (I. O.P.) 
Z117 - one or more lesions, per treatment 9,90 

Plastic Planiiig (Donafacasicn) - face or acne 
Notes: (1) R0%, R104, RD97 - not a benefit of OHIP for areas other than the face. 

(2) R098 - Claims for this procedure require CHIP authorization (see 
Surgical Preamble, paragraph (17)). 

(3) Plastic Planing/Dermabrasion by areas, as an insured service, ney 
not exceed the fee for R097. 

RD96 - each area 

R104 - both cheeks 

R097 - whole face 

R098 - single area, e.g. trauna scar 

R099 Rhinophyma, removal by shaving 

RC)89 Webbed Fingers - one web space 4 

R090 Webbed Toes - one web space 4 

Scar Re\rlslan - aiy aethod of closure 

R021 up to 2.5 cm - face or neck 3 

R026 - other areas 3 

R022 2.6 to 5 cm - face or neck ; 3 

RD27 - other areas 3 

R023 5.1 cm to 10 cm - face or neck 3 

RD28 - other areas 3 

RD29 Greater than 10 cm (see Preamble, Part B, paragraph 32) 4 

Note: OffiP authorization is required for éill scar revisions in areas other ttan 
the face or neck (see Preamble, Appendix D). 

Plastic Surgery Procedures: 

The setting of benefits covering the various procedures of plastic 
surgery is a very difficult problem. Since many procedures are divided 
into stages whidi have to be considered in assessing a fee, it is felt 
that all such plastic surgical procedures should be classed by the 
responsible specialist as very minor, najor, intermediate, major, or 
extensive major. Benefits should be claimed according to procedures set 
forth in the tariff, except in cases \jhidi are difficult to define, in 
which case "I.C." should be the basis of the claim. The minuiun benefit 
for each would be as follows: 

R150 Very Minor 84.85 4 

R151 Minor 3 129.00 4 

R152 Intermediate 4 238.30 4 

R153 Major 4 356.60 5 

R154 Extensive Major 4 522.85 6 

Hbtes:(l)Descriptive details of procedure (e.g.: operative report) should be 

submitted with claims for codes R150-R154 for professional assessnent. 
(2)Taking of skin by a surgeon for grafting by an Oral Surgeon claim as 
R150. 

Z132 Insertion of tissue expander - seiarate incision 3 180.85 5 

Note: Authorization may be required from OfflP (e.g. for scars of Ipgs etc.) 

Z137 Percutaneous inflation of tissue expander(s) per visit (I. O.P.) 21.20 

E541 - each éidditional expander - to a maxinun of 3 per visit add 50K 

Z138 Replacement of tissue expander by permanent prosthesis (I. O.P.) 180.00 4 



90.00 


4 


189.00 


4 


288.00 


4 


51.65 


4 


231.40 


4 


247.70 


5 


113.80 


4 


106.30 


4 


71.10 


4 


179.15 


4 


119.60 


4 


255.40 


5 


170.60 


5 


I.C. 


6 



1777 



4618 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

sumcAL mocaiKES 

ŒHWnCIC ON Tffi lîïïSaiVSfMÏ SÏS1H4 - Cont'd. 
Gode Asst Surg Anaes 

opro^rrac cn tte ereast 

Incision 

ZlAl Needle biopsy - one or nore (I.O.P.) 22.30 

Z139 Aspiration of cyst - aie or more (I. O.P.) 22.30 

Drainage of intramanmary abscess or hematoma - single or irulti 

loculated (I. O.P.) 

ZlAO - local anaesthetic 22.30 

Z740 - gaieral anaesthetic 56.15 A 

Ëccislon 

Tumour or tissue for diagnostic biopsy and/or treatment 

e.g. Ccircinoma, fibroadenoma or fibrocystic disease (single or 
R107 multiple - same breast) 3 121.70 A 

Partial mastectomy or wedge resection for treatment of breast disease 
Rill with or without biopsy e.g. carcinoma or extensive fibrocystic disease.. 3 18A.30 A 
E5A6 - with radical axillary node dissection, add 216.00 2 

Mastectomy - male (benign) - unilateral 

R115 - simple 3 157.70 A 

R116 - subcutaneous with nipple preservation A 2A3.A0 5 

Note: R116, R117 - include skin grafts if required. 

R109 - allowed skin graft in addition if claimed. 

Mas tec tony - female (with or without biopsy) 

RlOe -simple A 2A3.A0 5 

R117 - subcutaneous with nipple preservation A 2A3.A0 5 

R109 Mastectomy, radical or modified radical(with or without biopsy) 5 A50.00 6 

Repair 
Notes: R118 - R112 - Claims for these procedures may require OHIP authorization 
(see Surgical Preamble, paras. 16 & 17 also Preamble, Appendix D). 

Fost-oBStectany breast reccnstnicticn 

R119 - breast mound creation by prosthesis and/or soft tissue A 278.60 5 

RllB - breast skin reconstruction by local flaps or grafts A 372.80 5 

E529 - with breast mound creation by prosthesis and/or soft tissue, add... 9A.30 
Note: - by nyocutaneous flaps - see codes RÛ05 - RÛ09 

RllA - revision of breast mound 3 211. 70 A 

R113 Nipple-areola preservation and tissue-banking 3 108.00 A 

R121 Reimplantation of tissue-banked nipple-areola 3 126.00 A 

R120 Nipple-areola reconstruction by grafts 3 211.70 A 

Reduction mamnoplasty (female, to include nipple transplantation or 

RllO grafting) - unilateral 5 A36.30 7 

R112 Auginentation mamnoplasty - unilateral A 18A. 30 A 

Z1A2 Removal of breast prosthesis (I. O.P.) ....; 3 72.90 A 

Z133 Breast capsulo tony closed (I. O.P.) - no anaesthetic 11.35 

Z13A - general anaesthetic 3 72.90 A 

Z135 Open capsulotony with or without replacement of breast prosthesis (I.O.P.). 3 180.00 A 

Hyocutaneous Flaps - Pectoral is major, latissinus dorsi, inilateral 

H006 rectus abdominis 4 675.50 6 



1778 



O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4619 



siBdCAL mxsasss 

OPHWOTCNS CN TTF MUROUOfWlFrtAL STSTBi 



VreaâÛBz 



(1) Corrective splints rnjst be "corrective" to qualify for a benefit as such. The corrective splint 
listiiTgs are not applicable to siiiple iinnobilization such as vith a Jones bandage or metal finger 
splint following soft tissue injury. 

(2) Ihe removal of a vire or pin or other device when used for traction or extemcil fixation (except for 
rigid external fixators) in the treatment of a fracture or other orthopaedic procedure is to be 
included in the procedural fee inless a general anaesthetic is required in which case a fee may be 
claimed. Removal of devices used for internal fixation more than 30 days after inserticn may be 
charged for in addition to the procedural benefit. 

(3) The benefit for total hip replacement also includes denervation of the hip joint and adductor 
tenotonr^. 

(A) The benefit for obtaining a bone graft is not to be claimed in cases of pseudarthrosis repair, 

fusions or for listings in i*iich bone grafting is included. 
(5) For the supervision of limb fitting and 6 months post-operative care foUcwing amputation, claim 

visit fees. Airputation with ijnnediate fitting to include supervision of final linb fitting - add 

/lOK (E586). 

Ftactures and Dislocations: 

(a) For fractures or dislocations requiring opai or closed reduction or no reduction, the major 
pre-operative visit i.e. consultation or appropriate assesanent may be claimed in addition to the 
listed benefits. 

(b) (MÏN REEUCnCN shall mean the treatment of a fracture and/or dislocation by either closed 
intramedullary fixation or by an operative procedure to expose the fracture. Ihe benefits include 
fixation by internal or external devices. 

(c) CLOaD REDUCnCN shall mean the reduction of a fracture or dislocation by non-operative methods 
(including traction). 

(d) M) RQXXnON shall mean the treatment of a fracture or dislocation by any other method and includes 
the use of the initial external support. 

(e) The stated benefit covers full or after treatment up to 4 weeks except if additional reductions cire 
necessary or if patient is transferred to another surgeon or if the patient is paraplegic. 

(f) In multiple fractures or dislocations, the benefit for the major fracture or dislocation shall be 
lOCK and the benefit for the other fractures or dislocations 83!;. When no procedural benefit is 
applicable, but when that fracture or dislocation necessitates hospitalization or concurrent care 
over that demanded by the major injury, a visit benefit may be claimed in addition to other 
procedural benefits. 

(g) For repeat reductions (closed or open) for the same fracture or dislocation, the full benefit should 
be claimed for the final reduction and after care - previous reductions by the same surgeon should 
be claimed at 85Z. 

(h) Einergency splinting of fractures in the emergency department should be on the basis of app^opriate 

visit benefit, plus application of cast if appropriate, 
(i) Transferred cases - 

(1) When patients are transferred to a chronic or convalescent facility, additional visit benefits 
on a chronic care basis shall be alloMed to other than the operating surgeon (and also to the 
surgeon after A weeks). 

(2) When patients are transferred to awther physician for after care of fractures and dislocations 
treated by closed or no reduction, the physician rendering the initial care should claim 75X of 
the listed fee and the surgeon rendering subsequent care visit fees except where otherwise 
specified. In cases involving open reduction, the percentage should be 80K for the surgeon 
providing the initial care. 

(3) In cases where the original physician attenpts to reduce a fracture or dislocation inder 
general anaesthesia, is uisuccessful and reJEers the patient to another physician for definitive 
care, the original physician should claim 75X of the listed fee. 

(j) Paraplegia associated vith fractures and dislocations may be claimed by charging visit fees after 
the first 2 weeks of post-operative care in addition to the appropriate procedural fees. 

(k) Pseudarthrosis may be allo««d as the appropriate benefit aifter the fracture is 4 months old. 

(1) For fractures and dislocations not requiring reduction, visit fees apply unless a specific fee is 
listed. If the listed fee is less than the consultation, the consultation should be claimed under 
the fracture/dislocation code nuntier. 



1779 



4620 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

SIBGICAL FBOCaXKES 

(X>H(fflICN5 ON im MfiCULOaCOEEAL SÏSEBl - Cont'd. 

Code Asst Surg Anaes ?! 

Code GDCRAL ¥?ES 

Bone/Fascial/Dennis Grafts 

E551 Autogenous - separate incision 78. A5 

E552 - same incision 52.90 

Z279 - different surgeon (I. O.P.) 174.65 

E553 Homogenous - bank 22.50 

Allc^raft - donor - 85% of excision fee 

R2C0 - cadaver - per long bone, each 131.00 

Flxatioi 

E547 Methyl methacrylate (not arthroplasty) 53.70 

Rigid external fixation (excluding casts) for closed reduction, add 4Q!K 

E555 to closed reduction fee 

E544 Cast - bracing with closed reduction, add 40% to reduction fee 

E569 Percutaneous pinning, add 30% to closed reduction 

E590 Rigid exterral fixation - pseudarthosis 68.90 

R267 Removal fixation device - general anaesthetic 3 143.60 4 

R268 - local anaesthetic 3 49.30 4 

R598 Removal of extensive external fixation device under general anaesthesia 44.00 4 

Z210 Insertion traction pin - excludes fractures and dislocations (I. O.P.) 30.55 

Vbuid Care 

Z783 Secondary closure 87.90 

E550 Closed irrigation during a surgical procedure 57.10 

Extensive debridement of compound fractures or dislocations - add 40% to 
E556 reduction fee 2 

R517 Excision of foreign body 97.40 4 

Klectrical Stimilation 
Z250 External or internal (I.O.P.) 174.65 4 

Casts (I.O.P.) 

Application of plaster casts or corrective splints are not chargeable if 
applied at the time of surgery (except for the application of a cast brace) 
or applied during the first 4 weeks for a fracture or dislocation when a 
procedural fee is applicable. The subsequent application of plaster casts 
is chargeable according to the follcwing schedule. Cost of material is 
extra. 

Z201 Finger 

Z202 Hand 

Z203 Arm, forearm or wrist 

Z199 Foot 

Z213 Below knee, knee splints (Stove pipe, etc. ) 

Z211 Whole leg (mid thigh to toes) 

Z19e Toes 

Z205 Head and Torso 3 

Z208 Shoulder spica 3 

Z206 Body cast 3 

Z207 Hip spica - unilateral 3 

Z209 - bilateral 3 

Z216 Wedging of casts in other than fracture treatment 

Z200 Application of Uhna's paste 

Z873 Application of cast brace (must include hinge) 

Removal of plaster (not associated with fractures or dislocation within 4 
Z204 weeks of initial treatment) 9.00 



9.00 




13.50 




21.^' 




U.^ 




2\.h 


^ 


26.:- 


•i 


9.(1) 


4 


87.9(J 


4 


87.90 


4 


52.10 


4 


87.90 


4 


110.00 


4 


9.00 




13.50 




61.10 





1780 



O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4621 

SUdCAL mxaxFES 

OEHt/ŒiaC GN Tffi HUBCULOaŒLEIAL STSIB4 - Cont'd. 
Code isst 3utg Anaes ?b 

HMDani «ŒSr 

R606 Phalanx 146.10 4 

E582 - each additional 42.60 

R6C8 Metacarpal or metaphalangeal joint 172.10 4 

E583 - each additional 42.60 

R610 Trans, metacarpal 2nd or 5th ray 252.40 4 

R611 Hand - all metacarpals 3 262.00 4 

R612 Wrist 4 262.00 5 

Arthrodesis 

R465 Firmer-thumb 3 232.20 4 

R466 Wrist 3 352.70 4 

Artfaroplas^ 

R437 Wrist - interposition 3 338.45 5 

R485 - total 6 385.90 6 

R479 Removal only 3 174.65 6 

R435 Hand - interposition - single 3 229.70 5 

R436 -multiple 3 415.70 6 

R489 Sii^le joint -total 3 262.85 5 

R449 Multiple joints - total max 3 700.80 6 

R500 Removal only 3 131.00 4 

R236 Carpal replacement 3 291.00 5 

E564 Revision of arthroplasty, add 35X 

Arthro8CX]i:y 

Z21B Diagnostic arthroscopy 3 87.90 4 

S95 - in association with suEgexy - saae surgeon 57.10 

R211 - vith Synovial biopsy 39.80 

R212 - vdth Riemoval of loose body, screw 174.65 

R213 - with Drilling of defect (includes removal of loose body) 228.30 

R221 - with Debridement - local 228.30 

R224 - total 2%.30 

R230 - with Synovectony - partial 177.95 

R232 - total 436.60 

R233 - with Pinning of osteochondral fragment 228.30 

Arthrotoay 

R409 Filler 151.60 4 

R410 Wrist 3 192.70 4 

Aspiration/Injectioi - see page 64, 65 

Bia|)^ 

Z230 Bones - pinch, x-ray control (I.e. P.) 65.50 4 

- open biopsy or taking of bone graft by other than operating 

Z214 surgeon (I. O.P.) 4 

E563 Joint - via arthrosoope 

Z221 - needle (I.O.P.) 

R409 - open finger 

R410 - open wrist 3 

Z228 Muscle (I.O.P.) 

Decci|xession - Denervaticn 

IC90 Deconpression median nerve at wrist (carpal tunnel syndrome) 3 140.(X) 

Exploration and/or deconpression and/or transposition and/or neurolysis of 
N285 major nerve (excluding carpal tumel nerve) 4 226.80 



131.00 


4 


9.90 




44.10 




151.60 


4 


192.70 


4 


87.90 


4 



1781 



4622 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

SIBGICAL raOCEBURES 

«TR/aiaC ON THE MUBCULOaŒLEIAL SYSIH4 - Cont'd. 

C3ode Asst Sing Anaes?b 

HAM) AM) «RISr - Cont'd 

Incision and Drainage (e.g. OBtecmyelitis) 

R219 Incision and drainage - phalanx/metacarpal/carpus 3 165.20 A 

R218 Sequestrectomy - phalanx/metacarpal/carpus 3 131 .00 4 

R217 Saucerizat ion and bone graft phalanx/metacarpal/carpus 4 219.20 A 

RAOQ Incision and drainage - joint (finger) 151.60 4 

R410 - joint (wrist) 3 192.70 4 

R534 Taidon sheath 3 136.25 4 

Exaidnation/Hanipulation 

Manipulation - hand/wrist 

Z222 - under general anaesthetic (I, O.P.) 21.40 4 

- without gaieral anaesthetic, see page 70 

Excision - Bene 

R316 Proximal row carpectomy 3 306.50 5 

R285 Carpal - bone (one) 3 194.00 4 

R317 Dorsal exostosis ( triquetrtm) 3 173. 10 4 

R286 Radial styloid 3 212.10 4 

R283 Phalanx/metacarpal 3 178.30 4 

R272 Bone tumour (See Preamble Para B. 32) I.C. I.C. I.C. 

Bccision - Joint 

R425 Synovectomy/capsulectony /debridement - finger joint 3 204.50 4 

R414 - two or more joints 3 306.90 4 

R407 ^movectomy - extensor tendons 203.70 4 

R418 Synovectony/debridement - wrist 3 310.90 4 

R492 Radio-ulnar meniscectomy 3 209.75 4 

Excision - Huscle and Tendcn 

R522 Muscle - simple 3 174.65 4 

R523 - complex 4 438.40 6 

R550 Tendon sheath - single 3 219.20 4 

E572 - each additional, add 78.00 l(nHX.) 

Fascia for Dupuytrens 

R551 - simple or complex with or without flaps or grafts 3 30O.(X) 4 

Excision - Ganglion 

R549 Simple or complex 3 109.00 4 

Beccnstructicn - Bene 

R257 Osteotony - phalanx - terminal 147.60 4 

R258 - phalanx - middle proximal or metacarpal 3 175.20 4 

E591 - each additional 38.60 

R321 Pseudoarthrosis - phalanx, metacarpal 3 235.55 4 

R322 - scaphoid 3 269.60 4 

Reocnstniction - ligancnts 

R597 Simple/single repair - wrist 3 209.95 4 

R548 Extensive/multiple repair - wrist 3 355.70 4 

R601 Metacarpal phalangeal repair 3 221.10 4 

Reconstruction - Nerve - see page 157, 160 

Reconstruction - Tendon 

R557 Tenoplasty - one 3 202.60 4 

B050 - each additional, add 69.40 

R559 Tendon graft - (xie 3 277.10 4 

B052 - each additional, add 109.60 l(max.)j 

R586 Reconstruction of flexor tendon pulley, per finger 89.80 4 



1782 



O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4623 

aidCAL fflOŒOSES 

OPOIXnaS GN IS MJSOIDSCHZEAL STSŒM - cont'd. 
Ctxle Asst Surg Anaes Tb 
HMO fm WIST - Cont'd 

R5S4 Silicone rod insertion -one 3 267.00 4 

B051 - each additional, add 122.10 

R563 Transplant/ transfer -single 3 258.55 4 

ED54 - eadi additional, add 83.40 Unax.) 

R578 Tendon repair - extensor - single 3 114.20 4 

E580 - each additional, add 42.60 

R585 Tendon repair - flexor -single 3 214.10 4 

E58i - each additional, add 79.80 

U.V.C. Mallet finger - closed visit fee 

R574 -K-wire 121.50 4 

R573 - opafi 3 133.50 4 

U.V.C. Boutonnière - closed visit fee 

R577 -open 3 133.70 4 

R582 -late 3 223.70 4 

Beoonstruction - Bctrodties 

R602 Pblllcization • 6 536.60 6 

R603 Digital reiirplantation involving ndcrovascular and neuro anastomosis 8 1439.40 8 

R604 Revision of R602, R603 (See Preainble Para B.32) I.C. 

Reconstruction and plastic repair of traunatically an^tated extrendties 
R605 (See Preantle Para B.32) I.C. 

Release - Tendon 

R575 Tenolysis - flexor and/or extensor tendon of one digit 3 

E537 - each additional digit (dbx. 2), add 

R541 Flexor tenolysis vith pulley preservation 3 

Tenotony or fasciotony (closed) (I. O.P.) 

2247 - finger - one 

Z248 - tvo 

Z249 - three or more 

Z231 - paliTBT or plantar 

R536 Tendon release (open) - f inger/palra 

R537 - wrist • 3 

E571 - more than one, add 

Reduction - Fractures 

P0O4 Phalanx - no reduction, rigid ijimobilization 

P005 - closed 

E558 - each additional 

P007 -open 4 

POOS Metacarpal - no reduction, one or more, rigid iimobilization 

F009 - closed, one or more 

roil -open 4 

E559 - each additional (open), add 

ro06 Intra-articular - closed 

roiO -open 3 

roi2 Bemett's - no reduction, rigid iamobillzation 

roi3 -closed 3 

roi5 -open 4 

F102 Carpus - no reduction, rigid imobilization 

roi6 - closed, one or more 

roi7 - open, one or more 4 

FOIS Scaphoid - no reduction, rigid iimobilization 

P019 -open 4 

F02O - esocision 4 



176.10 


4 


80.55 




257.15 


4 


A5.00 


4 


66.30 


4 


90.00 


4 


66.80 


4 


%.90 


4 


124.40 


4 


79.90 




45.10 




90.60 


4 


19.90 




160.40 


4 


45.10 




90.60 


4 


152.70 


4 


43.90 




71.30 




152.70 


4 


45.10 




iœ.75 


4 


194.80 


4 


45.10 




104.10 


4 


200.70 


4 


45.10 




219.20 


4 


174.70 


4 



1783 



4624 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 472/87 



Code 



DOOl 
E576 
D003 
D004 
E577 
D006 
IXX)7 

Doœ 



SURGICAL FROCEIXFES 

OPERArrCNS CN THE HBCUIflaCELEEAL SYSHM - Cont'd. 

BAM) AND WRIST - Cont'd 

Reduction - Dislocatians 

Finger - closed - one 

- each additional, add 

- open 

Metacarpal/phalangeal - closed - one 

- each additional, add .. 

- open 

Carpal - closed 

- open 

O^OVand FOŒARM 



Asst 


Surg 


Anaes?b 




52.70 


4 




9.20 




3 


178.30 


4 




52.60 


4 




9.20 




3 


164.60 


4 




115.90 


4 


3 


218.30 


4 



Aofutation 

R613 Through radius and ulna 4 277. 10 

R614 Elbow disarticulation 4 262.00 

Arthrodesis 

R466 Elbow 3 352.70 

Arthroplasty 

R281 Ulna replacement (lower eid) 3 268.70 

R288 Implant radial head 3 227.60 

R499 Removal of total replacement 3 364.50 

R486 Complete arthroplasty replacement 6 443.00 

R510 Interposition arthroplasty 6 394.50 

E564 Revision of elbow arthroplasty, add 35X 

Arthrascopy 

Z218 Diagnostic arthroscopy 3 87.90 

ES95 - in association with surgery - sane surgeon 57.10 

R211 - with Synovial biopsy 39.80 

R212 - wi th Removal of loose body, screw 174.65 

R213 - with Drilling of defect (includes removal of loose body) 228.30 

R221 - with Debridement - local 228.30 

R224 - total 2%. 30 

R230 - with ^movectomy - partial 177.95 

R232 - total 436.60 

R233 - with Pinning of osteochondral fragment 228.30 

Arthrotora/ 

R445 Elbow, loose body, etc 3 180.60 

Aspiration/Injection - see page 63 

Biopsy 

Z225 Bone - needle (I. O.P.) 66.00 

Z214 - open (I.O.P.) 4 131.00 

E563 Joint - via arthroscope 9. 90 

R432 - open 3 155.70 

Z228 Muscle/soft tissue (I.O.P.) 87.90 

DeounvLtission/Denervation 

Fasciotomy for compartments syndrome (not including secondary closure 

R495 wound) 3 290.60 

Z783 Secondary closure 87.90 

Z251 Catheter - insertion (I.O.P.) 44.10 

U.V.C - monitoring visit fee 

Exploration and/or deconpression and/or transposition and/or neurolysis of 

N190 ulnar nerve (elbow) 4 192.80 

RA26 Denervation - elbow 3 233.00 



1784 



1%.95 


4 


212.10 


4 


174.65 


4 


188.10 


4 


279.65 


4 



O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4625 

SIBGICAL FRX2URES 

«HWnCNS CN Tffi MUBOJLDSCaEEAL SYSTHl - Cont'd. 
Code Asst Sutg fvaeslh 
ELBOW ttC RFEABM - Cont'd 

Incisicn and Drainage (OstecHyelitis) 

R228 Acute, iiKision and drainage 3 273.75 4 

R231 Sequestrectomy 3 321.60 4 

R229 Saucerization and bone grafting 3 409.40 4 

Z226 Soft tissue or bursa, incision and drainage 87.90 4 

R445 Elbcw, incision and drainage 3 180.60 4 

Ejonnaticn/Manipulatian 

Z222 Manipulation uider general anaesthetic (I.O.P. ) 21.40 4 

- vdthout general anaesthetic, see page 70 

BKcisiai - Bene 

R287 Radial head 3 

R286 Radial styloid 3 

R643 Ulna lower end 3 

R290 Olecrawn 3 

R291 Olecranon with fascial repair 3 

Excisicn - Bursae 
R595 Olecranon 3 91.80 

BadLsion - Joint Contoits 
R421 Synovec tony /capsulée tony /debridement, etc 3 282.20 

Bocision - Muscles 

R524 Myositis ossificans 4 

R517 Foreign body removal 

Excision - IXanurs 

R591 Soft tissues - superficial 3 

R592 -deep 5 

Qocision - Bone Tlmours 

R294 Exostosis 4 

R295 Sinple excision 4 

R293 Ebctensive vith replacement 4 

Reoonstniction - Bene - I^eudartfarosis 

R323 Radius or ulna 3 

R473 Radius and ulna 3 

Reocnstmcticn - Bone - Qsteotoa^ 
F259 Radius or ulna 3 

Radius and/or ulna and reccnstruction congenital afanonnallty, 
R324 synostosis etc 3 

Reoanstzuction - Fctscial 

R476 Repair fascial defects - small 3 

- large with or without synthetic graft or 
R478 rotation flap 4 

Reconstruction - li^ncnts 

R597 Sinple/single repair 3 

R548 Extensive/multiple repair 3 

Reconstruction - Tendons 

R578 Suture extensor tendon - single 3 

E580 - each etdditional, add 

R585 Suture flexor tendon - single 3 

E581 - each additional, add 



262.00 
97.40 


5 
4 


177.80 
438.40 


4 
6 


149.05 
261.60 
613.10 


4 
4 
6 


275.20 
372.10 


4 
4 


269.20 


4 


359.80 


4 


132.00 


4 


262.40 


5 


209.95 
355.70 


4 
4 


114.20 
42.60 

214.10 
79.80 


4 
4 



1785 



4626 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/ 

SURGICAL mxaxFEs 

«BR/OICNS CN TBE MBOUOSKHZEAL SYSTEM - Cont'd. 

Code Asst Surg Anaes 
ELBOtf AN) FCREAFM - Cont'd 

R557 Tenoplasty - single 3 202.60 4 

B050 - each additional, add 69.40 

R556 Tenolysis - single 3 183.10 4 

E599 - each additioial, (max. 2) add 78.90 

R563 Transposition/transplantation/transfer - single 3 258.55 

B054 - each additional, add 83.40 

R583 Steindler flexoplasty 3 312.85 

Release 

R519 Muscles and tendons - simple, e.g. tennis elbow 4 123.45 4 

R521 - radical, e.g. muscle slide 5 284.70 5 

Reduction - Dislocations 

D009 Elbow joint - closed reduction 76.60 4 

DOlO - open reduction - acute 3 228.20 4 

R400 - repair chrwiic, recurrent 3 343.50 4 

D012 Radial head - closed reduction, pulled elbow 35.80 4 

DOll - open reduction - acute 3 174.65 4 

R540 - recurrent 3 205.70 6 

R558 - late 4 323.30 6 

Reduction - Fractures 

P029 Epicondyle - no reduction 61.10 

FD37 - closed reduction 3 113.80 4 

F038 - open reduction 4 193.60 4 

P039 Transcondylar/condylar - no reduction 61.10 

P040 - closed reduction 3 186.80 4 

F045 - closed reduction with traction 3 283.00 4 

FD41 - open reduction 4 340. 10 4 

P034 Olecranon - no reduction, rigid inmobilization 113.80 4 

F035 - closed reduction 3 116.70 4 

F036 - open reduction 4 203.20 4 

F024 Radius and ulnar shaft - no reduction, rigid inmobilization 61. 10 

P025 - closed reduction 3 134.35 4 

F026 - open reduction 4 333.40 4 

P014 Radius and ulna - Monteggia - no reduction, rigid inmobilization 61.10 

F022 - closed reduction 131.00 4 

F023 - open reduction of uliia plus closed reduction radial head. 3 219.20 4 

P031 Radius or ulna - no reduction, rigid inmobilization 61 . 10 

P032 - closed reduction 3 106.40 4 

F033 - open reduction 4 206.60 4 

Radius-distal, Colles', Smith's, Barton's, etc. 

P027 - no reduction, rigid inmobilization 61.10 1 

P028 - closed reduction 3 99.30 4 

F030 - opai reduction 4 195.30 4 

P021 Osteochondral - open reduction 4 227.40 5 

SB0UL£Bt/AR4/ŒESr ^ 

Anfutation 

R617 Forequarter 10 444.30 15 

R616 Shoulder disarticulation 9 337.20 9 

R615 High humerus 4 334.20 5 

Arthrodesis 

R467 Shoulder 4 424.10 6 



1786 



u 


406.25 


6 


6 


628.60 


10 


6 


853.25 


10 


3 


359.40 


8 


3 


87.90 
57.10 
39.80 
174.65 
228.30 
228.30 
296.30 
177.95 
436.60 
228.30 


4 



O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4627 

9IGECAL noauES 

CraUiniG CM IS MJBOLOaCHEnL bTSnM - Cont'd. 
Q)(ie Asst Surg Anaes ?b 

SDULCHt/Am/CBESr - Cont'd 

Arthroplasty 

R438 Huneral prosthesis 

R487 Total prosthesis 

R240 Revision total arthroplasty shoulder 

R498 Rénovai prosthesis/no replac anm t 

E564 Revision of prosthesis, add 35X . 

Arthrtwxipy 

ZZIB Diagnostic arthroscopy 

K595 - in association with sucBBcy - saae surgeon 

F211 - with Synovial biopsy 

F212 - with Removal of loose body, screw 

VOW - vith Drillir^ of defect (includes ranoval of loose bodjy) 

R221 - with Debridement - local 

R224 - total 

R230 - with Synovec tony - partial 

B232 - total 

R233 - with Pinning of osteochondral fragmant 

Arthroto^r 

R411 Shoulder 4 202.15 4 

Aspiration/Injection - see page 64, 65 

Biopsy 

Z220 Bones - needle/puich, x-ray control (I.O.P.) 65.50 4 

Z214 -opend.O.P.) 4 131.00 4 

E563 Joint - via arthroscope 9.90 

R411 - opai 4 202.15 4 

Z228 Soft tissue - open (I.O.P.) 87.90 4 

Incision and Drainage 

R222 Hijnenis/clavicle/scapula - incision and drainage 4 237.70 4 

R225 Sequestrectomy 4 262.40 4 

R223 Saucerization with bone graft 4 351.00 4 

Z226 Bursae/soft tissue 87.90 4 

R411 Joint 4 202.15 4 

&(adnation and Manipulation 

Z223 Manipulation imder general anaesthetic (I.O.P.) 44.10 4 

- without general anaesthetic, see page 70 

decision - Clavicle or Acrodon 

R298 Sijrple (includes ligament) 4 191.25 4 

R641 Major-nmxir 5 262.40 6 

R214 Malignant tunour with reconstruction 5 438.40 6 

Bccisian - BaenB 

R292 Head 4 271.30 5 

R294 Exostosis 4 149.05 4 

R295 Benign tumour 4 261.60 4 

R297 Malignant tunour with reconstrxjction 4 616.40 6 

fiodsion - Joint 

R422 Synovectony and debridement 4 384.20 5 

R512 Excision of subacranial bursae 3 191.00 4 

R522 Miisde/fasda - siflçle 3 174.65 4 

R523 - conçlex 4 438.40 6 

Rotate»- cuff e9q)loration (includes acmwinplasty, csocision of axaoo- 

R416 acrtadalliganait) 4 187.» 4 

R490 Acroodo/stemo-clavicular Knlscectav 3 1B9.80 4 



1787 



4628 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 472/87 



SUdCAL FROŒXJRES 



Code 



OemaiCtS on the MUBCULOaŒlEEAL sYsnm - cont'd. 
fflOULEHVARM/ŒESr - Cont'd. 



Asst Surg Anaes ?b 



Reocnstmctidi - FSaidarthrosis and Qsteotcny 

R329 Pseudarthrosis - clavicle 4 

R325 - hvjnerus 4 

1^60 Osteotomy - hunenjs 4 

R298 - clavicle 4 

R235 - glenoid 4 

Reocnstiuction - Nerves - see page 157, 160 

ReccnstnKticn - Husdes/Soft Tissues 

R527 Muscle transplant - pectoralis najor 6 

R521 Muscle/ tendon release 5 

R526 Release - s temooBStoid 5 

R353 Scapulopexy - congenital elevation 6 

R568 Trapezius/stemomastoid/transplant 4 

R589 Tendon repair - biceps 3 

Rotator cuff repair - simple, aid-to-end or side- to-side (includes acromio- 

R593 plasty, excision of coraco-acronual ligament) 4 

Rotator cuff repair - complex (includes implantatiai into bone, and as 
required, acromioplasty, excision of coraco-acromial ligament, excision 

R594 of distal clavicle) 4 

Reduction - Fractures 

P047 Ibberosi ty - no reduction 

F048 - closed reduction 3 

FW9 - open reduction (without cuff tear) 4 

F053 Neck without dislocation of head - no reduction 

P054 - closed reduction 

P055 - open reduction 5 

POSO Neck with dislcoation of head - no reduction 

P051 - closed reduction 3 

P052 - open reduction 5 

P042 Shaft - no reduction 

F043 - closed reduction 3 

P044 - open reduction 4 

U.V.C. Clavicle - no reduction 

FllO - closed reduction with anaesthetic 3 

F118 - open reduction 4 

F119 Scapula - no reduction 

F120 - closed reduction with anaesthetic 3 

F121 - open reduction 4 

F122 Sternum - no reduction 

F123 - closed reduction 

F124 - open reduction - pleura open (see Preamble para B.32) 9 

F125 - pleura closed (see Preamble para B.32) 4 

U.V.C. Ribs - no reduction 

F130 - conplicated - pleura open (see Preamble para B. 32) 9 

F131 - pleura closed (see Preamble para B.32) 4 

Reduction - Dislocaticns 

D014 Acromio-clav. /stemo-clav. - no reduction 

D025 - closed wi th anaesthetic 4 

IX)23 - open reduction 4 

R5% - open reduction - late 4 

D015 Glenohumeral joint - closed reduction - without anaesthetic 

D016 - with anaesthetic 

D017 - open reduction - early 4 

R472 - late 4 

R401 - recurrent 5 



243.10 
313.30 
264.30 
191.25 
252.40 



286.40 



422.00 



392.60 


6 


284.70 


5 


267.50 


5 


348.50 


6 


306.50 


4 


205.95 


4 



61.10 




106.65 


4 


262.40 


4 


61.10 




120.50 


4 


2%.50 


6 


61.10 




166.30 


4 


348.50 


6 


61.10 




133.50 


4 


292.45 


4 


visit fee 




56.60 


4 


209.10 


4 


61.10 




104.95 


4 


219.20 


5 


61.10 




104.95 




I.e. 


13 


I.e. 


4 


visit fee 




I.e. 


13 


I.e. 


4 


61.10 




121.55 


4 


209.10 


4 


259.50 


4 


44.10 




100.50 


4 


292.70 


6 


525.70 


7 


343.50 


5 



1788 



) Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4629 

SURGICAL nnCEDlBES 

OPHIATKNS CN Tffi HEOUSfOETAL SÏSTEH - Cont'd. 
Code Asst Surg Anaes ?b 

aClLLand WKflELE 

Arthroplasty 

R433 Tarporo-nandibular joint - unilateral 5 312.85 5 

Biopsy (I. O.P.) 

Z869 Bones - pmch, sijiple 35.05 4 

Z870 - puich, x-ray control 87.90 A 

Z242 -open 4 174.65 4 

Incision and Drainage 

Z234 Mandibular sequestrectomy (I. O.P.) 7 252.20 7 

Exàsàai 

R272 Bone - "Rinour (see Preamble para B. 32) I.C. I.C. I.C. 

1^78 Maxilla, vith exenteration of orbit and skin graft 4 477.00 7 

R279 Maxilla advancanent 4 394.30 8 

R280 Mandible 4 316.60 7 

R284 Mandibular condyle 4 247.90 5 

R428 Tenporo-mandibular meniscectony 3 223.90 5 

Reaxistruction 

R531 Facial paralysis - static slin^ 4 275.15 5 

R532 - dynamic slii^ 4 357.40 6 

Conposite repair for facial paralysis, plication of paralyzed muscles, and 

R533 resection for paralysis of over active muscles 4 457.20 7 

E597 - vith meloplasty, add 78.00 

Ot th ugHtfaic Sut^gecy 

Anterior dento-alveolar osteotony, maxilla or nendible 

R382 - one segmait 6 

R383 - two segmaits 6 

Posterior dento-alveolar osteotony, maxilla 

R349 - one side 6 

R351 - both sides, single segment 6 

R385 - both sides, separate segments 6 

Posterior dento-alveolar osteotony, mandible 

R462 - one side 6 

R463 - both sides 6 

R502 Total U dento-alveolar osteotooy , mandible 6 

R507 Total U dento-alveolar osteotony , maxilla 6 

R511 Mandibular or maxillary visor osteotony for alveolar hypoplasia 6 

R386 Genioplasty - one segment 6 

R387 - two segments, or for laterognathia 6 

R388 - three segments 6 

R480 Mandibular osteotomies for prognathism - subcondylar 3 

R384 - vertical ranus 6 

R518 - sagittal split 6 

Mandibular osteotomies for retrognathia, any technique 

R520 - advancement - up to 10 mn 6 

R529 - advancement - 10-20nin 6 

R535 - advancement - greater than 20 nm 6 

E588 - for apertognathia or laterognathia, add 



720.70 


10 


835.70 


10 


720.70 


10 


835.70 


10 


1063.60 


10 


720.70 


10 


1063.60 


10 


1100.00 


10 


1178.40 


10 


1026.50 


10 


229.30 


10 


343.70 


10 


458.15 


10 


376.30 


6 


834.90 


10 


834.90 


10 


834.90 


10 


948.80 


10 


1215.60 


10 


229.30 





1789 



4630 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

SUdCAL FBOCaiBES 

«HWHOB CN THE MUSCULOaŒIEEAL SYSTEM - Cont'd. 
Code Asst Surg Anaes ?b 

3CI1LL and MAMJIHE -Cont'd. 



R379 LeFort I advancement - in one segment 10 720.00 20 

E%1 - in two segmaits, add 265.70 

E%2 - in three segments, add 532.30 

R538 LeFort I intrusion - in one segment 10 9^.80 20 

E%3 - in two segments, add 265.70 

E96A - in three segments, add 532.30 

R567 LeFort I extrusion - in one segment* 10 1178.40 20 

E%5 - in two segments, add 265. 70 

E966 - in three segments, add 532.30 

R580 LeFort I cleft palate - in <xie segmait* 10 1365.90 20 

E%7 - in two s^ments, add 229.30 

E968 - in three segments, add 458.60 

E969 - with SMR, add 183.45 

E970 - with pharyngoplasty, add 275.15 

E971 - with closure alveolar fistula with or without bone graft, add 343.70 

E972 - with closure bard palate fistula with or without bone graft, add 458.60 

R588 Naso-maxillary osteotomy without LeFort I* 6 720.00 10 

R389 LeFort n maxillary osteotomy and advancement* 10 1293.20 20 

Construction glenoid fossa and zygomatic arch* 

R395 (Obwegeser technique) iU 1256.00 20 

R3% Construction absent condyle and ascending ramus* 6 720.00 10 

R609 Combined LeFort I and LeFort III osteotomy in hemifacial microsomia 10 1365.^90 20 

R145 Mandibular condylotony 4 183.'45 5 

R618 Coronoidotomy 4 183.45 5 

R644 Coronoidectony 4 275.15 5 

Reconstruction mandible with bone grafts and/or plate or pcosthesis 

R334 - unilateral - partial 4 366.90 10 

R335 - complete 4 733.70 10 

R645 -bilateral -partial 4 733.70 10 

R646 - complete . 4 916.60 10 

R647 Oral vestibuloplasty - with secaxlary epithelization . . 4 183.45 5 

R648 - with skin graft 4 275.15 5 

Temporomandibular ankylosis 

R649 - excision bone or fibrous block 3 413. 10 6 

R650 - with insertion of prosthetic device or muscle flap 4 458.60 8 

R651 - with construction of condyle and ascending ramus* 4 5%. 60 10 

Onlay bone grafts to face when not part of standard osteotony for 
reconstruction* 

Z253 - mandible - unilateral 321.40 

Z254 - bilateral 413.10 

Z255 - maxilla - unilateral 321.40 

Z256 - bilateral , 413.10 

Z257 - 2ygoma -unilateral 275.15 

2258 -bilateral 366.90 

2259 - temporal - unilateral 366.90 

Z260 - bilateral 458.60 

Z261 -frontal -unilateral 366.90 

Z262 - bilateral 458.60 

Application of dental arch bars, or splint, for facial osteotony (I. O.P.) 

Z239 - one arch bar 4 119.10 4 

Z240 - two arch bars 4 183.45 4 

R354 Interdental wiring for temporomandibular joint disorder 3 137.60 5 

Removal intermaxillary fixation devices under general anaesthesia 

R652 - as sole procedure 91.30 4 

*Includes harvesting of bone or cartilage grafts. 



1790 



O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4631 

suac&L wcasiwss 

c^suaias CN IBB HUBCULOSHZEAL STSIBI - cont'd. 
Code Asst Surg Anaes ?b 

SCULL aid HMCGŒLE - Cont'd. 

Octdto-cranial Sucgeiy 

Bilateral periorbital correction Treacher-CoUins Syndrome vith or 
R390 without bone grafts* (extra-cranial) 10 1491.40 20 

Bilateral periobital correction Treacher-Collins Syndrome vith skull and 
R653 muscle transpositions* (includes skull reccnstr«:tion)(intracranial) ... 10 

R654 Pericranial flap to orbit or face - vnilateral 

R655 - bilateral 

- whan in conjinction vith coronal apfxroach for main operation 

E973 - inilateral 

E974 - bilateral 

R378 LeFort m total msodllary advancanent* 12 

R656 LeFort m and subcranial hypertelorism correction* 12 

R657 LeFort m and LeFort I maxillary advancement* 12 

LeFort n, subcranial hypertelorian correction, Le Fort I maxillary 
R658 advancenent* 12 

Upper LeFort IH advancement vithout occlusal change* 

R659 - inilateral 6 

R675 - bilateral 12 

R676 Forehead advancanent (bone grafts not included) - inilateral 12 

R393 - bilateral 12 

R394 Cranial vault re^iaping* - anterior or posterior half 10 

R677 Total cranied vault reaping* 12 

R396 Medial transnasal canthopexy - unilateral 3 

E557 - when done in conjinction vith another procedure 

R399 Lateral canthoplasty - unilateral 3 

E930 - when done in conjinction vith another procedure 

R376 Hypertelorism correction, intracranial approach* 12 

R377 Hyjjertelorism correction, subcranial U osteotomies* 12 

R678 Hyjiertelorism correction, mediéd orbital wall osteotomies* 10 

R679 Hypertelorism correction, medial and lateral orbital wall osteotomies* .... 10 

R391 Orbital dystopia* - intracranial approach 12 

R392 - extracranial approach 10 

Late correction traimatic enophthalmos (Tessier Technique - total 
periorbital stripping and bone grafts) 

R680 - intracranial 12 

R681 - extracranial 10 

Harvesting of bone graft when not included 

Z263 - iliac bone graft 

Z264 - rib graft - one rib 

E975 - each subsequent rib 

Z265 - costochondral or chondral graft - one rib 

E976 - each subsequent rib 

Z266 - split cranial graft 

Suigeiy for Cbrrection of Dow's S^ndroae fecial Sti^aata 

AMgmentation of zygoma (bilateral) 

2267 - vith prosthetic iaplant 161.65 

Z268 - vith autogenous bone or cartilage* 202.20 

Augmentation of chin 

Z269 - vith prosthetic ijiplant 134.80 

Z270 - vith autogenous bone or cartilage* 166.30 

Z271 Horizontal resection, red IcMer lip 161.65 

*Includes harvesting of bene or cartilege grafts. 



1900.50 


25 


275.15 


4 


366.90 


4 


160.30 




265.70 




1824.20 


25 


2319.70 


25 


2090.90 


25 


2622.70 


25 


834.90 


10 


1293.20 


25 


1063.60 


25 


1293.20 


25 


1365.90 


20 


1861.35 


25 


370.70 


6 


137.60 




183.45 


6 


90.80 




2090.90 


25 


1746.60 


25 


1100.00 


20 


1444.30 


20 


1746.60 


25 


U30.40 


20 


1788.70 


25 


1293.20 


20 


89.40 




D7.60 




68.80 




206.40 




137.60 




183.45 





1791 



4632 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 472/87 



SUGECML nVXEOBBS 



Cbde 



QEHMXTCNS ON IBB WSOJUJ&ŒIÈL S!SIB( - Cont'd. 
afOL tn) WHJmE - cont'd 



Asst Surg Anaes ?b 



Reduction - Ftactures 



E173 
E174 
E175 
F143 
n44 

u.v.c. 

F136 
F137 
F129 

U.V.C. 
F138 

n39 

F146 
F140 

U.V.C. 
F150 
F141 
F1A2 



D062 
D063 



Orbit 

Open reduction rim/vail fracture 

- zyganatic fracture dislocation 4 247.70 

- blowout fracture of floor 4 288.90 

- secondary r^air by combined or orbital approach 4 426.85 

Middle 1/3 facial 5 384.80 

Cranial-facial separation 5 486.00 

Nasal bones (including septun) 

- no reduction visit fee 

- closed reduction 91.25 

- open reduction - if within 2 weeks of injury 229.30 

- delayed, not including septun 229.30 

Mandible 

- no reduction - no wiring of teeth visit fee 

- closed reduction - including wiring of teeth 229.30 

- open reduction (may include wiring of teeth) 

- one side 4 306.90 

- ccnplicated (See Preamble Para B.32) I.C. I.C. 

- removal of interdental wire 

Maxilla 

- no reduction visit fee 

- closed reduction and dental wiring 229.30 

- open reduction - simple 4 132.90 

- with wiring and local fixation 5 353.15 

Reduction - Dislocations 

Tenporo-mandibular joint - closed reduction 45.90 

- open reduction 5 229.30 

spue 



6 
6 
6 
8 
10 



5 

I.C. 

4 



Arthrodesis 



R459 
R419 
E573 

E567 
E568 
E929 

R493 
R494 
E924 
E574 
E548 



Z868 
R274 
R275 
Z228 



Anterior or posterior fusion of one level 7 

Fusion of Cl-2 8 

Each additional level (to a max. of 2 etdditional) 

Fusion with other procedure(s) 

- by same surgeon - one level, add 

- nultiple levels, add 

- anterior cervicad interbody fusion, per level, add.. 
Fusion by different surgeon, 

- one level 

- multiple levels 

- anterior cervical interbody fusion, per level, add... 

- repeat fusion, to any fusion, not to apply to N337, add 

- with instrumentation, add 

AspiraticD/IivJection - see page 64, 65 

Biofs/ 

Bone - needle (I. O.P. ) 4 

- open - posterior approach 4 

- anterior apçxoadtx 6 

Soft tissue - open (I.O.P.) 



356.10 

502.20 

77.25 

220.00 

280.10 

73.50 

281.35 
330.90 
108.75 
182.50 
124.90 



131.00 

219.20 

280.35 

87.90 



10 
10 



1792 



O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4633 

SIGECAL FICCHXISS 

OPER/OICrB ON Tffi HUSCULOaŒIEEAL SÎSIHl - Cont'd. 
Code Asst Sutg Aiaes ?b 

SPDE - Cont'd 

Deco^xession - interior, Mten>Iataal or Posterolatecal 

R447 Simple anterior cervical discectony 8 360.30 10 

R452 Sinple anterior lurter discectoray 6 443.^ 10 

Anterior cervical spinal cord or nerve root deconpression, including 

N182 removal of disc or vertebral body, single disc level 8 546.70 10 

R397 Anterior deconpression vith instrunentation 9 1308.90 D 

Anterolateral or posterolateral deconpression, linter or thoracic spine, 
N186 sii^le disc level 9 978.60 13 

For thoracotomy or laparotony by separate surgeon use M137 (page 117), 
S312 (page 137). 

B928 - each additional disc level decoopressed - to R4A7,R432,^a82,N186,add.. 236.00 

Deoo^xession - Posterior 

R451 Cervical hemilaminectony for disc disease, with or without foraminotony ... 6 517.30 10 
Luntar hemi laminectomy for disc disease including removal of soft disc or 

R457 osteophyte 6 377.90 8 

E565 - multiple levels, to R451, R457, only per additional level, add 65.10 

E566 - bilateral, to R451, R457 add 70.10 

N185 Ptxsterior laminectomy one or two levels, cervical, thoracic, lunbar 6 546.70 9 

Repeat posterior exploration or reopening of posterior exploration, more 
than six months after original procedure, includes foraminotomy, 

N337 discectony or neurolysis 8 589.60 10 

E914 - laminectony extending over 3 or more laminae, to N185, N337, add 141.50 

E915 - foraminotony, to R457, N185 and N337 per foramen deconpressed, add 72.60 

E907 - opening of dura (associated with any deoonpressive procedure), add 140.70 

E926 - spinal duroplasty (applies to any spinal procedure), add 214.10 

Incision and Drainage (QsteoHyelitis) 

R251 Bone - incision and drainage only 4 272.90 4 

R234 Sequestrectony - anterior 7 569.40 10 

R254 - posterior 4 325.00 4 

R270 Saucerization with bone grafting - anterior 6 701.30 10 

R252 - posterior 4 3%.40 5 

Z226 Soft tissue 87.90 4 

Bcannation/Nanipulatiai 

Z215 Manipulation under general anaesthetic (I. O.P. ) 35.05 4 

- without general anaesthetic, see page 70 

decision - Bene 

R373 Spinous process 4 219.20 4 

R374 Lamina or transverse process 6 350.20 8 

R450 PSurt of body or pedicle 6 525.50 8 

R455 Total body (includes replacement) 9 875.30 13 

Excision - )%BcIe/Sof t Tissue 

R634 Tumours - sùiple 6 174.65 8 

R635 - radical resection 9 438.40 13 

Reconstruction - Gsteotoay (includes fixation /fusion) 

R303 Anterior - via chest 9 655.90 13 

R636 - via abdomen 9 701.30 9 

R271 - via chest and abdomen 9 789.50 13 

R2% Posterior 9 620.60 9 

E549 - with rib or transverse release, add 111.50 

R310 Circunferential 9 1051.20 9 

RK4 Cervical 10 920.80 12 



1793 



4634 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 472/87 



Code 



9ICEGAL raOCBOBES 
OPESêOlCHS CN ISE WSOIuSOZEtL SÏSIEH - Cont'd. 
SPDB - Cont'd 



Asst Sutg Anaes Tb 



InstHBentaticn - De&xsities 

Anterior (Dwyer etc. includes fusion/discectony) 

R350 - via chest or abdomen 9 

R359 - via chest and abdomen 9 

R362 Posterior (Harrington) - with or without fusion 8 

R369 Readjustment of instrunentation 

E533 - Harrington instrunentation to sacnm or pelvis, add 

E53^ - Harrii^on instrunentation, for each level over 6, add 

E554 - with posterior osteotomy, add 

R371 Segmental procedure - with fusion 8 

E535 - segmental instrunentation to pelvis, add to R371 

E536 - segmental instrunentation, for each level over 6, add 

IU61 Removal of - anterior instrunentation 8 

R348 - posterior instrunentation 8 

Revision of entire instrunentation 

R346 - with fusion 8 

R336 - without fusion 8 

R365 Electrical stimulation •. 8 

R366 - with muscle stripping of spine 8 

R367 Repair or replacement of electrodes 8 

R368 Removal of electrodes 8 

RA64 Muscle stripping spine prior to surgery 6 

R361 Halo traction prior to surgery (complete care) 3 

Note: R361 and R464 allow full benefit if followed by surgery for correction of 
scoliosis in same hospitalization. 

Anterior release including Halo traction 

R358 - via chest or abdomen 9 

R357 - via chest and abdomen 9 

R356 Localizer cast 

Reduction - Fractures or Fracture Dislocations 

U.V.C. Fracture of spine without procedure 

Z236 Skull calipers (I. O.P.) 

Z241 Halo traction (I. O.P.) 

Z2A6 Reappllcation of Halo traction (I. O.P.) 

E562 - counter traction pins or vest - add 

F103 Closed reduction 5 

F105 Open reduction - posterior approach 5 

F107 - anterior approach 7 

E913 - with spinal cord injury, add (when total care by operating surgeon)... 
- with irrigation, including opening of dura, to fractures when combined 

E927 with deconpressive procedures, add 

E567 - fusion by same surgeon - one level, add 

E568 - two or more levels, add 

RA93 - fusion by different surgeon - one level, add 

R494 - two or more levels, add 

ES48 - with instrimentation, add 

PELVIS and HEP 

Aifutatlon 

R631 Hemipelvectony - hlndquarter 10 

R630 Hip disarticulation 10 

ArtfarodBsis 

RA69 Sacro-iliac joint 5 

R514 Symphysis pubis 5 

R470 Hip 5 



1150.30 


17 


1265.95 


17 


697.90 


12 


131.00 


4 


70.10 




17.00 




133.10 




1057.00 


12 


^9.40 




27.70 




262.00 


8 


236.80 


8 


1095.00 


12 


875.30 


12 


460.20 


10 


656.75 


12 


216.60 


10 


230.50 


8 


174.65 


8 


263.30 


4 



493.80 


13 


613.10 


13 


120.10 


4 


visit fee 




45.30 




72.60 




45.30 




97.00 




183.10 


5 


281.35 


10 


330.90 


10 


140.70 




281.35 




220.00 




280.10 




281.35 




330.90 




124.90 





720.55 
406.45 



357.80 
350.20 
636.60 



15 
10 



1794 



O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4635 

SUOCAL FROCm«ES 

«W/OlCre OJ lœ MUBOLOaŒLEEAL STSrai - cont'd. 
Gode Asst Surg Anaes ?b 

PHJWS fiCETP - Cont'd 

Arthroplasty 

R439 Uhipolar 6 A44.30 8 

R4« Bipolar 8 631.50 8 

R553 Total hip replâCEKfit with take dowi of fusion 8 881.95 10 

R241 Revision total arthroplasty hip 8 881.95 10 

R442 Surface replaçaient 8 767.60 8 

E589 - bone graft to ace tabulim, add 91.30 

ES93 - acetabular reconstruction (extensive, including bone grafts), add 175.70 

R481 Reattachment of greater trochanter (late) 6 262.40 8 

R443 Removal only - non cemented 3 404.80 8 

R488 -cemented 3 504.70 8 

Arthrosoo(]y 

Z218 Hip joint (I. O.P.) 87.90 4 

E595 - preceding surgery (same surgeon) 57. 10 

Arthrotaa/ 

R547 Sacro-iliac joint 5 262.40 6 

R415 Hip - with removal of loose body 5 272.90 6 

Aspiration/Injection - see page 64, 65. 

Z290 Hip - infait or child, inder general anaesthesia 3 57.50 4 

Biopsy 

Z212 Bone - pinch needle (I. O.P.) 65.50 

Z217 - inder general anaesthetic (I. O.P. ) 65.50 5 

Z214 -open (I. O.P.) 4 131.00 4 

E563 Joint - via arthroscope 9.90 

R415 -open 5 272.90 6 

Z228 Soft tissue - open 87.90 4 

DEnervaticn/Dacoa^xBssion 

N188 Decompression of lateral femoral cutaneous nerve 4 136.05 4 

N177 Eiq)lorat ion and/or deconpression of sciatic nerve 6 381.30 6 

Eîcploration and/or decotipression and/or transposition and/or neurolysis 

N285 of major nerve 4 226.80 4 

R427 Denervation of hip 4 350.20 5 

Incision and Drainage 

R269 Bone, incision and drainage 3 262.40 4 

R249 Sequestrectomy 4 343.00 4 

R250 Saucerizat ion and bone graft 4 567.70 5 

Z226 Bursae/soft tissue (I. O.P.) 87.90 4 

R415 Joint 5 272.90 6 

Qcamnatioi/Hanipulation 

Z252 Manipulation - inder general anaesthetic (I. O.P. ) 35.05 4 

- without general anaesthetic, see page 70 

QodLsion - Bene 

R639 Sinple cyst, etc 4 306.50 4 

R330 Major resection timour 4 438.40 6 

R216 Radical resection timour 8 701.30 8 

F115 Coccyx 4 188.70 4 

R315 Head and neck, femur 4 409.40 6 

Excision - Husde 

R522 Sinple 3 174.65 4 

R523 Complex 4 438.40 6 

R524 Myositis 4 262.00 5 



1795 



4636 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 



O. Reg. 472/87 



SIHSCAL FROŒDURES 



Code 



OPBRAHCIK CN THE HBCULOSŒIEEAL SYSrai -Cont'd. 
PELVIS AM) HIP - Cont'd 



Asst Surg Anaes 



Excision - Joint 
R423 Synovectomy/debridement 5 

Excision - Bursae 
R590 GT trochanteric/ischial 3 

Reccnstmctian - Psajdarthosis 

R364 Pelvis 8 

R328 Hip 6 

Reccnstruction - Qsteotonyr 

R265 Pelvis - infant 8 

R273 - other 8 

R263 Hip 5 

Reconstruction - Muscle/Toidon 

R521 Muscle release 5 

Z232 Closed adductors - tenotomy (I.O.P. ) 

Z233 Open adductors - tenotomy (I.O.P. ) 

R545 Iliopsoas - tenotony 5 

Reconstruction - Tendon Transfer 

R570 Iliopsoas 5 

R569 Abductor 5 

Reduction - Fractures 

U.V.C. Coccyx - no reduction 

F115 - excision 4 

U.V.C. Pelvic ring - no reducticn 

F13A - closed reduction 3 

F135 - open reduction 6 

U.V.C. Sacnm - no reduction 

U.V.C. Femoral neck trochanteric, subtrochanteric - no reduction 

P096 - closed reduction/traction 3 

P099 - open reduction - pin only 6 

FlOO - pin and plate 6 

FlOl - primary prosthesis 6 

R600 - delayed/staged graft 6 

R607 Slipped epiphysis - closed reduction/traction 6 

R642 - closed reduction/ inteméil fixation 6 

R627 - open reduction/fixation 6 

Reduction - Dislocations 

U.V.C. Acetabulum - no reduction < 

D052 - open reduction - lips 7 

D046 - one pillar 4 

D047 - two pillars 8 

D042 Hip - closed reduction 

D043 - open reductiwi 7 

R628 - late 7 

D059 Sacro-iliac - closed, traction, spica, etc 

D060 - opei reduction 5 

U.V.C. Sacro-coccygeal - closed reduction 

D061 - op&ï, removal of coccyx 5 

R404 Congenital hip - closed reduction (includes tenotony and cast) 

R405 - repeat (includes cast) 

R406 - open reduction (includes tenotony and arthrotony) 7 

Z291 Application I^lik Bamess or C.D.H. splint 



425.80 



181.80 



525.70 


10 


432.10 


6 


361.10 


8 


525.70 


8 


487.90 


7 


284.70 


5 


44.10 


4 


87.90 


•4 


241.00 


5 


470.70 


6 


306.90 


6 


visit fee 




188.70 


4 


visit fee 




401.40 


4 


615.60 


8 


visit fee 




visit fee 




386.30 


4 


369.10 


8 


452.70 


8 


397.25 


8 


262.00 


8 


350.20 


8 


350.20 


8 


525.70 


8 


visit fee 




554.30 


8 


875.30 


10 


1313.00 


12 


242.30 


4 


367.40 


7 


701.30 


10 


388.40 


5 


536.60 


5 


visit fee 




174.65 


5 


172.30 


4 


119.45 


4 


427.30 


7 


21.80 





1796 



O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4637 

SWdCftL FBOCaXFES 

ŒHyfflCNS CN Tffi MUSCULDSŒIZEAL STSIHI - Cont'd. 

Code Asst Sutg Ames 
FQtR 

A^utation 

R625 Gritti-Stokes or Callander 5 275.90 5 

R626 Ihrotgh femur 5 276.90 5 

Biopey (I.O.P.) 

Z869 Bone - core, pmch 35.05 4 

Z870 - x-ray control/general anaesthetic 87.90 4 

Z242 -open 4 174.65 4 

Z228 Soft tissue - open 87.90 4 

R256 Injection into bone cysts 105.80 

Incision aid Dtrainage (Qstenyelitis) 

R242 Incision and drainage, bone 3 294.80 4 

R245 Sequestrectomy 3 357.30 4 

R243 Saucerization and graft 5 561.00 6 

Z226 Soft tissue 87.90 4 

Excision - Bene 

R314 Simple cyst/exostosis 4 204.05 4 

R330 Bone tunour - sinple 4 438.40 6 

R216 - with reconstriKtion/graft 8 701.30 8 

Excision - tfascle 

R522 Sinple 3 174.65 4 

R523 Conplex 4 438.40 6 

R328 Reconstruction - Pseudarthrosis 6 432.10 6 

Recxnstniction - Rascial 

R632 Sinple 3 174.65 4 

R633 Conplex with or without synthetic graft or rotation flap 4 364.50 5 

Reconstruction - Qsteotoi^ 

R262 Femoral shaft 4 482.10 5 

R215 Supracondylar 4 350.20 6 

Reoonstnicticn - Leg Loigth Operatiais 

R333 Femoral shortenii^ - all types 4 435.00 4 

R332 FoToral lengthening - all types 4 490.40 4 

R340 Femoral epiphysiodesis 4 272.50 5 

R341 Tibial and femoral epiphysiodesis 4 386.30 5 

R343 Fanoral staplii« 4 283.45 4 

R344 Tibial and femoral stapling 4 350.20 5 

Reconstruction - ttocl es/Tendons 

R589 Quadriceps repair - sinçle 3 205.95 4 

R587 - reconstructive 3 350.20 4 

R530 Quadricepsplasty - all types 4 345.20 5 

R561 Ilio-tibial band 3 170.90 4 

Z197 Closed release of ilio-tibial band (I.O.P. ) 44.10 4 

R543 Tenotomy of hamstrir^ - sirgle 3 152.40 4 

R562 -multiple 3 174.90 4 

R557 Lengthening of hamstrings - single 3 202.60 4 

ED50 - each additional, add 69.40 

R571 Tendon or muscle transfer 3 277.75 5 

B049 - each additional, add 78.90 l(max) 

R524 Excision of nyositis 4 262.00 5 



1797 



4638 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

SIHUCAL FBOCQXBES 

ŒÏB/ïrrCNS CN THE MUSCULOaŒLEEAL SYSIEH - Cont'd. 

Ckxie Asst Surg Anaes 
FMF - Cont'd 

Reduction - Fractures 

Femoral shaft/supracondylar 

U.V.C. - no reduction - cast - bed rest visit fee 

P094 - closed reduction - traction - infant or child 3 233.45 4 

P095 - adult or adolescent 3 368.70 4 

P097 - closed reduction -cast 3 234.30 4 

P096 - open reduction 6 446.75 8 

Aifutation 

R625 Through knee - disarticulaticxi 5 275.90 5 

Arthrodesis 

R468 Knee 3 364.05 5 

Arthroplasty 

R509 Patellar arthroplasty 3 219.20 5 

R482 Hemi-arthroplasty - single component (e.g. Macintosh) 6 318.30 .6 

R483 - double component (e.g. Marmar) 6 404.80 6 

R441 Total replacement/both compartments 8 561.00 8 

R248 Total knee replacanEnt with take down of fusion 8 758.40 8 

R244 Revision total arthroplasty knee 8 758.40 8 

E598 With associated patellar replacement or patelloplasty, add 85.20 

R4% Removal of hemi-arthroplasty - without replacement 4 219.20 5 

R497 Removal of total arthroplasty - without replacenKnt 4 333.40 5 

E564 Revision of arthroplasty, add 35% 

Arthroscopy 

Z218 Diagnostic arthroscopy 3 87.90 4 

B95 - in association with surgery - same surgeon 57.10 

R191 - with synovial biopsy 39.80 

R192 - with triiimng of plica, tissue, meniscus 57.90 

R193 - with removal of loose body, screw 174.65 

R194 - with resection of plica 80.35 

R195 - with lateral release 130.55 

Rl% - with synovectomy - anterior, 1 compartment 119.00 

R197 - with synovectomy - anterior, more than 1 compartment 238.40 

R198 - with synovectomy - total, anterior and posterior 436.60 

R199 - with drilling of defect (includes removal of loose body) 228.30 

R203 - with pinning of osteochondral fragjnent 228.30 

R204 - with debridement - 1 compartment 228.30 

R205 - with debridement - more than 1 compartment 2%. 30 

R206 - with abrasion arthroplasty 262.00 

R207 - with menisectomy 218.30 

R2(B - with repair medial or lateral meniscus 218.30 

Arthrotcny 

R412 Knee- with or without removal of loose body 3 188.10 4 

R413 Osteochondritis dissecans with drilling and/or internal fixation 3 241.90 4 

Aspiration - see Listing (xi Page 64, 65 

Biopsy 

Z870 Bone/joint - needle (I. O.P. ) 

Z242 - open (I. O.P.) 4 

E563 - via arthroscope 

Z228 Soft tissue - open (I. O.P.) 



87.90 


4 


174.65 


4 


9.90 




87.90 


4 



1798 



134.35 


4 


238.90 


6 


114.20 


4 


217.90 


4 


262.85 


4 


389.20 


5 


135.00 


4 


250.25 


4 


114.20 


4 



O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4639 

SUdCAL IWCHXISS 

«HWEKÏB (K THE ftBOLOaŒlEEAL SYSEHl -Cont'd. 
Code Asst Surg Anaes 

n«E - Cont'd 

Daiervatian/DBoa^xBssian 

R426 Denervation of knee 3 233.00 4 

N285 Denervation of gastrocnemius 4 226.80 4 

Incision and Dcainaee 

2226 Soft Tissue (I.O.P.) 87,90 4 

R444 Joint 3 174.65 4 

Qoadnaticn/Manipulation 

Z222 Manipulation - i«ler general anaesthetic (I.O.P.) 21.40 4 

- vithout general anaesthetic, see listing on page 70 

Excision 

R431 Baker's cyst - sùiple 3 

R434 - extensive 4 

R501 cysts of meniscus 3 

R429 Meniscectory 3 

R417 Debridement of joint without synovectomy 3 

R424 Synovectomy 3 

R506 Prepatellar bursae 3 

R312 Patella - to include fascial repair 3 

R318 Excision exostosis/cyst patella 3 

Reconstiuctiai - Hoiiscus 
R50e Suturing of medial or lateral meniscus 3 219.20 

RecxxBtructicn - Muscles/Toxlans 

R584 Tenoplasty -one 3 

B050 - each additional, add 

R589 Suture of patellar or quadriceps tendon - early 3 

R587 -late 3 

R571 Transplait of tendon - single 3 

B049 - each additional, add 

Z237 Tenotomy - closed - one 

Z238 - nultiple 

R564 -open -one 3 

R566 - multiple 3 

R516 Release patellar retinaculun 5 

Beconstiuction - LigaBents 

R599 Ligaments - sinple/one 3 

R542 - extensive/nultiple (including synthetics) 4 

R484 - synthetic anterior/posterior cruciate 6 

R539 - rénovai of synthetics , 4 

Reduction - Fractures 

P085 Pa tel la - no reduction 

P067 - open reduction or excision with or without repair 4 

P021 Osteochondral fracture - open reduction 4 

Reduction - Dislocations 

D038 Knee - closed reduction 

D039 - open reduction 5 

DOW Patella - closed reduction - without anaesthetic 

D031 - with anaesthetic 

0041 - open reduction - early 

R255 - late 4 

MB - recurrent 4 

R515 Congenital dislocation - knee (open) 4 



131.00 


4 


69.40 




205.95 


4 


350.20 


4 


277.75 


5 


78.90 


Umax.) 


44.10 


4 


65.50 


4 


209.75 


4 


229.30 


4 


146.10 


5 


327.10 


4 


468.60 


6 


446.30 


6 


193.15 


4 


61.10 




249.00 


4 


227.40 


5 


187.90 


4 


279.20 


5 


56.20 




87.90 


4 


262.40 


5 


438.40 


6 


355.80 


5 


438.40 


6 



1799 



4640 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

SUdCAL FROCHURES 

OPBUaiatS CN is MUSCUDSHZEAL STSEM - cont'd. 

Code Asst Surg Anaes 

FIBUAail HHIA 

Aofutatlon 

R624 Tibia/fibula 5 276.90 5 

Biopsy 

Z870 Bone - sijiple - punch 87.90 4 

Z242 -open 4 174.65 4 

Z228 Soft tissue - open 87.90 4 

R256 Injection into bone cysts 105.80 

DBooofxessicn/Denervatian 

R495 Decoipression of fascial carpartments 3 290.60 4 

Z783 Secondary closure 87.90 

Z251 Catheter insertion (I. O.P.) 44.10 

U.V.C. Monitoring of pressure monitoring device visit fee 

N184 Decompression of posterior tibial or cannon perineal nerve 4 149.05 4 

Incision and Dtainage (Osteomyelitis) 

R237 Incision and drainage, bone 3 278.80 4 

R239 Sequestrectony .' 3 298.10 4 

R238 Saucerization and bone grafting 3 371.80 4 

Z226 Soft tissue 87.90 4 

Excision 

R311 Exostosis/cyst 3 181.80 4 

R210 Fibular head 3 174.65 4 

R295 Tunour - simple 4 261.60 4 

R253 - extensive vith repair 5 612.90 6 

R246 Eitclsion bony ridge to include interpositlonal naterials 5 348.50 6 

R522 Muscle/soft tissue - simple 3 174.65 4 

R523 - conplex 4 438.40 6 

Beconstnicticn - Pseudoarthrosis 

R326 Tibia/fibula 4 314.90 5 

R327 By-pass fibular graft 4 306.60 6 

R372 Congenital pseudarthrosis 4 438.40 6 

Reccnstructive - Qsteotcny 

R289 Tibia and fibula - adult or child 3 340.55 4 

R403 Repair recurroit dislocation (includes inspection of the joint) 4 355.80 5 

Reconstruction - Leg Lengtli OperatiGns 

R331 Tibial la«thenir« 4 425.80 4 

R458 Tibial shortenii^ 4 350.20 4 

R341 Tibial and femoral epiphysiodesis 4 386.30 5 

R339 Tibial epiphysiodesis 4 291.40 5 

R342 Tibial staplii^ - one side 4 174.65 4 

R460 -bothsides 4 219.20 4 

R344 Tibial and femoral staplii« 4 350.20 5 

Reduction - Ftactures i 

Tibia vdth or vdthout fibula * 

F078 - no reduction, rigid inmobilization 105.20 

ro79 - closed reduction 3 162.90 4 

FOeO - open reduction - shaft 4 322.50 5 

P081 - medial or lateral tibial plateau 4 356.90 5 

E532 - both tibial plateaus, sane knee, add 5QX 

F0e2 Fibula - no reduction, rigid imnobilizatiGn 61.10 

P083 - closed reduction 91.10 4 

P084 - open reduction 4 208.10 4 



1800 



O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4641 

SUdCAL HVCECWES 

OPBRATKHS ON TEE MJSCUXHCQJEEAL StSTSH - Cont'd. 

Code Asst Surg Anaes 
poor avl ANŒB 

A^Mtaticn 

R620 Metatarsal/phalanx disarticulation A 141.10 4 

E585 - each additional 42.60 

R621 Ray (single) 4 1%.50 4 

R623 Symes 5 258.20 5 

R622 Transmetatarsal/transtarsal 4 212.90 4 

R619 Terminal Symes 4 131.00 4 

Arthrodesis 

R466 Aride 3 352.70 4 

R471 Interphalai^eal 3 143.20 4 

E575 - each additional 37.80 

R477 Metatarsophalyr^eal 3 243.60 4 

R474 Midtarsal/subtalar 3 318.70 4 

R513 Triple 3 350.20 5 

R475 P£in-talar, one stage 3 566.90 6 

Arthroplasty 

R485 Ankle-total replacemait 6 385.90 6 

R247 Revision total arthroplasty ankle 6 510.60 6 

R479 Removal of prosthesis vdthout replacement 3 174.65 6 

Metatarsophalyngeal interposition 

R456 - sir«le 3 131.00 5 

E538 - each additional, add 34.80 

R453 Metatarsopohalyngeal (Swansons, etc.) 3 262.00 5 

R454 - multiple 3 350.20 6 

R500 Removal - prosthesis without replacement 3 Dl.OO 4 

E564 Revision of arthroplasty, add 35X 

Arthosoofiy 

Z218 Diagnostic arthroscopy 3 87.90 4 

S95 - in associatiai with suigecy - saae surgeon 57.10 

R211 - with Synovial biopsy , 39.80 

R212 - with Removal of loose body, screw 174.65 

R213 - with Drilling of defect (includes removal of loose body) 228.30 

R221 - with Debridement - local 228.30 

R224 - total 2%.30 

R230 - with Slynovec tony - partial 177.95 

R232 - total 436.60 

R233 - with Pinning of osteochondral frs®nent 228.30 

Arthroto^r 

R503 Ankle - removal of loose body, etc 3 150.70 4 

E539 - with osteotomy of malleolus, add 106.40 

R504 Mid tarsals 3 131.00 4 

R505 Metatarsal/phalai«eal 3 131.00 4 

Aspiration - see listing on page 64, 65 

- needle - pimch (I.O.P. ) 

- pinch - under general anaesthetic 

-open 4 

- via arthroscope 

- open 

- open (I.O.P.) 





Biopsy 


Z869 


Bone 


ZB70 




Z242 




E563 


Joint 


R409 




Z??R 


Soft tissue 



35.05 


4 


87.90 


4 


174.65 


4 


9.90 




151.60 


4 


87.90 


4 



1801 



4642 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

SUdCAL RCCaXFES 

OEHUŒKIS GN IBB MfiCULOEKOEnL STSIBl - Cont'd. 
Code Asst Surg Anaes 

FOOT ttD tifOE - Cont'd. 

Indsicn and Drainage 

R220 Incision and drainage - bone 3 205.50 4 

R201 Sequestrectony 4 174.65 4 

R202 Saucerization and bone graft 4 350.20 4 

Z226 Bursae (I. O.P.) 87.90 4 

R503 Joints 3 150.70 4 

Z228 Soft tissue (I.O.P.) 87.90 4 

Soninaticn/Manipulatiai 

Z??? - under general anaesthetic 21.40 4 

- vithcxit general anaesthetic, see listing on page 70 

Club foot, etc. - manipfulation and cast/strapping 

Z235 - without anaesthetic 

Z224 - with anaesthetic 

Excision - Bone 

R299 Phalanx 3 

R309 Metatarsal head •. 3 

E587 - each additional 

R305 Accessory navicular (scaphoid) 3 

R302 Bunion/bunionette 3 

R307 Calcaneal spur 3 

R282 Exostosis (dorsal, subungual) 3 

R308 Os calcis, talus 3 

R301 Sesamoid, one or both 3 

R306 Tarsal bar 3 

R266 Ttmour (foot) 3 

Excision - Joint 

R420 Ankle synovectony 3 

R425 Metatarsophalangeal synovectomy - one 3 

R414 - two or more 3 

Excision - Soft Tissue 

R549 Ganglion - simple or complex 3 

R506 Bursa 3 

R551 Fascia (Dupytrens) - partial or complete 3 

R522 Muscle - simple 3 

R523 - complex 4 

Beoonstnjction - Pseudacthrosis 

R363 Malleoli 3 

R321 Tarsals/metatarsals/phalanx 3 

Beoonstruction - Osteotcoy 

R259 Os calcis 3 

R276 Metatarsals and phalanx 3 

E5% - each additional 

R277 Mldtarsal/tarsal 3 

R337 Shortening metatarsal -one 4 

R338 - two or more 4 

Beocnstziicticn - Forefoot 

R430 Claw and hamner toe 3 

E594 - each additional hamner toe, add 

R304 Hallux Valgus - e.g. Mayo, Keller 3 

R355 - e.g. Joplin, McBride 3 

R360 Major forefoot reconstruction - max 3 

R446 Overlapping 5th toe 3 



18.00 




35.05 


4 


115.20 


4 


158.30 


4 


37.80 




140.90 


4 


136.25 


4 


126.00 


4 


90.90 


4 


257.00 


4 


128.10 




208.30 


4 


218.30 


4 


247.50 


4 


204.50 


4 


306.90 


4 


109.00 


4 


135.00 


4 


300.00 


4 


174.65 


4 


438.40 


6 


267.70 


4 


235.55 


4 


269.20 


4 


131.00 


4 


37.80 




219.20 


4 


204.05 


4 


246.90 


4 


136.90 


4 


37.80 




1%.50 


4 


241.40 


4 


333.80 


5 


123.45 


4 



1802 



O. Reg. 472/87 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE 4643 

SlFdCAL FROCaXBES 

«HWTKNS ON TEE MBOJLOaÇQEEAL SYSIHl - Cbnt'd. 

Code Asst Surg fïïBes 

poor fi€> f*¥lE - Cont'd. 

Reocnstniction - Qub Foot 

R406 Posterior or medial release 4 283.00 A 

HAAS Posteromedial release, lateral shortening, tendon transfers and fusion 4 335.50 4 

R546 Plantar fascia release (Steindler) 3 149.70 4 

Recoistrxjctian - Ldgaocnts 

R597 Ankle - one 3 209.95 4 

R548 - extensive/multiple 3 355.70 4 

Beconstiuctian - Trndcns 

R640 Exploration - tendon sheath 3 114.20 4 

R556 Tenolysis - extensive release - one 3 183. 10 4 

E599 - each additional digit (max. 2), add 78.90 

R565 Tendon transfer foot and ankle - single 3 229. 30 4 

ED55 - each additional, add 85.90 l(nBX.) 

fô72 Tenodesis 3 234.30 4 

R560 Graft 4 229.30 4 

B053 - each additional, add 85.90 

R557 Lengthening or shortening - one 3 202.60 4 

B050 - each additional, add 69.40 

R578 Suture extensor tendon -one 3 114.20 4 

E580 - each additional 42.60 

R585 Suture flexor tendon -one 3 214.10 4 

E581 - each additional, add 79.80 

R589 Achilles tendon repair - early 3 205.95 4 

R587 - late 3 350.20 4 

R579 Tenotomy - open - one toe 78.90 4 

R581 - more than one toe 174.65 4 

Z229 - aosed - one toe (I. O.P.) 44.10 4 

Z243 - more than one toe (I. O.P.) 87.90 4 

R544 Achilles or tibialis anterior/posterior tenotony - open 3 154.90 4 

R555 -closed 119.65 4 

Reduction - Ptactures 

FD74 Ankle - no reduction, rigid inmobilization 61.10 

P075 - closed reduction 3 131.00 4 

FD76 - open - one malleolus 4 215.00 4 

FD77 - multiple malleoli or ligaments 4 282.20 5 

F104 Ankle fracture vdth tibial Plafond burst - closed reduction 3 219.20 4 

F1C8 - oçm reduction 4 328.80 6 

P061 Metatarsus - no reduction - one or more 44. 10 

P062 - with rigid inmobilization 61.10 

P063 - closed reduction - one or more 3 88.60 4 

F064 - open reduction -one '. 4 160.80 4 

FD65 - tvo or more 4 225.50 4 

P070 Os calcis - no reduction - rigid inmobilization 88.15 

P071 - closed reduction 146.10 4 

ro72 - open reduction 4 254.90 4 

FD56 Fhalanx - no reduction - rigid inmobilization - one 45.00 

E560 - each additional 10.90 

FD58 - closed reduction - one 66.50 4 

E561 - each additional 13.50 

F060 - open reduction 4 156.30 4 

F066 Tarsus excluding os calcis - no reduction - rigid inmobilization 89.10 

P067 - closed reduction 3 149.05 4 

F068 - open reduction 4 214.60 4 

F057 Intra-articular fracture - I. P. joint - closed reduction 71.00 

P059 - open reduction 3 Dl.OO 4 



1803 



4644 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE O. Reg. 472/87 

SURGICAL FROCaXFES 

(X>BR/m:(NS ON TBE HUBCULOSCELEIAL STSIB1 - Cont'd. 
Code Asst Surg Anaes 

FTOT/tfC^MOE -Cont'd. 

Beductioi - Ettslocaticns 

D035 Ankle - closed reduction 4 100.95 4 

D036 - open reduction 4 228.00 4 

R402 - recurrent dislocation and/or subluxatio